Editor Interview: Ginjer Buchanan
Review by Ernest Lilley
Ace Books Roc Interview ISBN/ITEM#: 0705EIGB
Date: 1 May, 2007 / Locus Interview Excerpt / Show Article /
Ginjer stands out in the SF Editorial community for her unabashed fondness of enjoyment of media related SF. From her immense contribution to SF you know might imagine she's a fan after our own hearts, but unless you've met her at a con or SFWA bash you can't know how friendly and gracious she is. We were delighted to get her to answer some questions for this issue, and to be able to congratulate her on being nominated for the Editor (Long Form) Hugo. From official release/information:
Wikipedia Entry: Ginjer Buchanan (born December 12, 1944) is a science fiction editor and writer. Her published work includes three short stories in the anthologies Alternate Kennedys, Whatdunnits II, and By Any Other Fame; and also the novel White Silence (1999), a Highlander tie-in. However, she is better known and more influential as an editor, having worked at Ace Books since 1984. Prior to that time she worked as an editor for Pocket Books, among other publishers, and also worked as a social worker.
(Source: Ace Books Roc)