Sheila Williams is the editor of Asimov's Science Fiction magazine, which publishes science fiction and fantasy and publishes ten times a year. Sheila was hired by the magazine in 1982 while she was studying and worked with Isaac Asimov there for ten years, and has been editor since 2004. She has been nominated for nine Hugo awards and won the Hugo Award for Best Short Form Editor in 2011 and 2012. In 1993, she and Rick Wilber co-founded the Dell Magazines Award for Undergraduate Excellence in Science Fiction and Fantasy Writing, an award given annually to the best sf or fantasy short by a full time undergraduate college student. Sheila has co-authored twenty-six sf and fantasy anthologies; most recently Enter a Future: Fantastic Tales from Asimov's Science Fiction. She has studied at Elmira College and the London School of Economics and received her master's in philosophy from Washington University. She is married to David Bruce and has two daughters.