Rose Fox is a senior reviews editor for Publishers Weekly, covering the SF/fantasy/horror and romance/erotica genres, and co-host of the weekly Publishers Weekly Radio book news and talk radio show. Rose has written over 100 anonymous reviews for PW and somewhat fewer bylined reviews, articles, and opinion pieces for Strange Horizons, Some Fantastic, ChiZine, the Internet Review of Science Fiction, Lambda Book Report, Clamor, Bookmarks, and various other venues. They serve as the dissociative editor for the Annals of Improbable Research.
Their first anthology, Long Hidden: Speculative Stories from the Margins of History, co-edited with Daniel José Older, was published by Crossed Genres in May 2014 and shortlisted for the Locus Award for Best Anthology. Rose's short fiction and poetry have appeared in Dark Furies (Sneed, ed.), Alleys and Doorways (Schwartz, ed.), Milk and Honey: A Celebration of Jewish Lesbian Poetry (Enszer, ed.), Farrago's Wainscot, and Goblin Fruit. In their copious free time, they mentor the teen staff of the magazine Tapestry and slowly, slowly research and write a gay transgender romance novel set in Regency-era London. They live in Brooklyn with two partners, three cats, and an extremely adorable developing fetus.