Donald G. Keller began his career in fandom as co-editor of Phantasmicom in 1969. Since then, he has written for Khatru, Prehensile, Fantasiae, his own Inscape, and The New York Review of Science Fiction, of which he is a former staff member. In 1984 he formed Serconia Press with Jerry Kaufman, which has published five collections of nonfiction, all by eventual Readercon Guests of Honor: two by Brian Aldiss, one by Samuel R. Delany, and two by John Clute, including 1989 Readercon Award winner Strokes. He co-edited, with Ellen Kushner and Delia Sherman, The Horns of Elfland (Roc, 1997), and contributed a handful of entries to The Encyclopedia of Fantasy (Clute and Grant, eds.). His most recent publication is an essay in Fighting the Forces: What's At Stake in Buffy the Vampire Slayer (Wilcox and Lavery, eds.). He lives in New York City, and works as a proofreader.