Richard Foss

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Richard Foss
Born October 7, 1956
California
Occupation author, journalist
Nationality United States
Notable works Rum: A Global History

Richard Foss is an American journalist, science fiction author, and food historian who has also chaired science fiction conventions and worked as a travel agent, restaurant reviewer, theater director, and instructor in Elizabethan history and culinary history at Osher Institute/UCLA Extension. He has also been a graphic designer and menu consultant.

His science fiction stories have been published in the magazine Analog and the anthologies Alternate Generals II and The Enchanter Completed: A Tribute Anthology for L. Sprague de Camp.

Foss' short story "The History of Chan's Journey to the Celestial Regions", published in the April 2002 Analog, was a nominee for the 2002 Analog Award for Best Short Story.

His restaurant reviews have appeared in The Easy Reader, Manhattan People, Peninsula People, LA CityBeat, and LA ValleyBeat magazine. He is currently on the Board of the Culinary Historians of Southern California. In 2012 his book "Rum: A Global History" was released by Reaktion Books in the Edible Series.

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  • "Singularity's Ring by Paul Melko" (Analog, Apr. 2009)
  • "Blue War by Jeffrey Thomas" (Analog, Apr. 2009)
  • "Death's Head: Maximum Offense by David Gunn" (Analog, Apr. 2009)
  • "Pirate Sun by Karl Schroeder" (Analog, Apr. 2009)
  • "Reading The Wind by Brenda Cooper" (Analog, Apr. 2009)
  • "The Science Fiction Hall Of Fame, Volume Two B by Ben Bova" (Analog, Apr. 2009)
  • "The Coming Convergence by Stanley Schmidt" (Analog, Apr. 2009)

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