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David G Hartwell


USA flag (b.1941)
Husband of Kathryn Cramer

David G. Hartwell, called "an editor extraordinaire" by Publishers Weekly, is one of science fiction's most experienced and influential editors. As an editor with Berkley Books, Pocket Books, William Morrow, and Tor Books, he has worked with many of the field's best authors and edited many award-winning works. He is the author of Age of Wonders, a nonfiction study of the science fiction field. Among his many anthologies are the bestselling World Treasury of Science Fiction and the World Fantasy Award winner The Dark Descent. He is the holder of a Ph.D. in comparative literature from Columbia University, a winner of the Eaton Award, and has been nominated for the Hugo Award twenty-four times.
 

Genres: Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror
 
Anthologies edited
   Battle of the Monsters (1976) (with L W Currey)
   Destination Moon (1979)
   Christmas Ghosts (1987) (with Kathryn Cramer)
   Masterpieces of Fantasy and Enchantment (1988) (with Kathryn Cramer)
   The World Treasury of Science Fiction (1989)
   Spirits of Christmas (1989) (with Kathryn Cramer)
   Masterpieces of Fantasy and Wonder (1989) (with Kathryn Cramer)
   Best Fantasy (1991)
   Northern Suns (1991) (with Glenn Grant)
   Cafe Purgatorium (1991)
   Christmas Stars (1992)
   Christmas Forever (1993)
   The Ascent of Wonder (1994) (with Kathryn Cramer)
   Northern Stars (1994) (with Glenn Grant)
   Christmas Magic (1994)
   The Screaming Skull (1995)
   Bodies of the Dead (1995)
   Visions of Wonder (1996) (with Milton T Wolf)
   The Science Fiction Century (1997)
   Centaurus (1999) (with Damien Broderick)
   The Hard Science Fiction Renaissance (2002) (with Kathryn Cramer)
   The Space Opera Renaissance (2006) (with Kathryn Cramer)
   The Science Fiction Century, Volume Two (2006)
   The Palencar Project (2012)
   The Sword and Sorcery Anthology (2012) (with Jacob Weisman)
   21st Century Science Fiction (2013) (with Patrick Nielsen Hayden)
   The Anderson Project (2014)
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Anthology series
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Foundations of Fear
   1. Shadows of Fear (1992)
   2. Worlds of Fear (1994)
   3. Visions of Fear (1994)
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Year's Best SF
   1. Year's Best SF (1996)
   2. Year's Best SF 2 (1997)
   3. Year's Best SF 3 (1998)
   4. Year's Best SF 4 (1999)
   5. Year's Best SF 5 (2000)
   6. Year's Best SF 6 (2001)
   7. Year's Best SF 7 (2002)
   8. Year's Best SF 8 (2003)
   9. Year's Best SF 9 (2004) (with Kathryn Cramer)
   10. Year's Best SF 10 (2005) (with Kathryn Cramer)
   11. Year's Best SF 11 (2006) (with Kathryn Cramer)
   12. Year's Best SF 12 (2007) (with Kathryn Cramer)
   13. Year's Best SF 13 (2008) (with Kathryn Cramer)
   14. Year's Best SF 14 (2009) (with Kathryn Cramer)
   15. Year's Best SF 15 (2010) (with Kathryn Cramer)
   16. Year's Best SF 16 (2011) (with Kathryn Cramer)
   17. Year's Best SF 17 (2012) (with Kathryn Cramer)
   18. Year's Best SF 18 (2013)
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Year's Best Fantasy (with Kathryn Cramer)
   1. Year's Best Fantasy (2001)
   2. Year's Best Fantasy 2 (2002)
   3. Year's Best Fantasy 3 (2003)
   4. Year's Best Fantasy 4 (2004)
   5. Year's Best Fantasy 5 (2005)
   6. Year's Best Fantasy 6 (2006)
   7. Year's Best Fantasy 7 (2007)
   8. Year's Best Fantasy 8 (2008)
   9. Year's Best Fantasy 9 (2009)
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Non fiction
   Age of Wonders (1984)
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David G Hartwell recommends
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Hellspark (1988)
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