Scott Edelman has published 115+ short stories in magazines such as Lightspeed, Analog, Apex, and The Twilight Zone, and in anthologies such as Why New Yorkers Smoke, Crossroads: Southern Tales of the Fantastic, and MetaHorror. A collection of his horror fiction, These Words Are Haunted, came out in hardcover from Wildside Books in 2001, and was rereleased in paperback in 2015 by Fantastic Books. His collection of zombie fiction, What Will Come After (PS Publishing, 2010) was a finalist for the Shirley Jackson Memorial Award, and was followed by a collection of zombie novelettes, Liars, Fakers, and the Dead Who Eat Them (Written Backwards Press, 2017). His science fiction short stories have been collected in What We Still Talk About from Fantastic Books. His most recent collections include Tell Me Like You Done Before: and Other Stories Written on the Shoulders of Giants (Lethe Press, 2018) and Things That Never Happened (Cemetery Dance, 2020). He has been a Stoker Award finalist eight times, both in the category of Short Story and Long Fiction. He is also the author of the Lambda Award-nominated novel The Gift (Space & Time, 1990). Edelman also worked for the Syfy Channel for 13+ years as editor of Science Fiction Weekly, SCI FI Wire, and Blastr. He was the founding editor of Science Fiction Age, which he edited during its entire eight-year run. He also edited SCI FI magazine, previously known as Sci-Fi Entertainment, for more a decade, as well as two other SF media magazines, Sci-Fi Universe and Sci-Fi Flix. He has been a four-time Hugo Award finalist for Best Editor. Additionally, he is the host of the Eating the Fantastic interview podcast, which since February 2016 has allowed listeners to eavesdrop on his meals with creators of science fiction, fantasy, horror, comics, and more.