Scott Edelman

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Scott Edelman at the 2007 World Fantasy Convention

Scott Edelman (born 1955) is an American science fiction, fantasy, and horror writer and editor. He became the editor of SCI FI Magazine (the official print magazine of The Sci Fi Channel) in 2002, and has edited the channel's online magazine Science Fiction Weekly since 2000.

He was the founding and only editor of the science fiction magazine Science Fiction Age, which was published from 1992 until 2000.[1] He published and edited the semi-professional magazine Last Wave from 1982 to 1985, which was billed as "The Last Best Hope of Speculative Fiction" and published short fiction by Thomas M. Disch, Avram Davidson, and Ian Watson among other established authors. He was the founding editor of Rampage, a magazine covering professional wrestling, and has written unauthorized biographies of wrestlers Chyna and Stone Cold Steve Austin. Other magazines edited by Edelman include Sci-Fi Universe, Sci-Fi Flix, and Satellite Orbit.

In the 1970s, he worked in American comic books, in particular writing horror comics for both Marvel Comics and DC Comics. For Marvel he created the Scarecrow, and wrote some stories involving Captain America, Captain Marvel, and Omega the Unknown. He edited two issues of Marvel's self-produced fan magazine, FOOM, in the mid-1970s.

Edelman has also written a number of short stories, the Lambda Award-nominated novel The Gift, and written for television, including work for Hanna-Barbera and several episodes of Tales from the Darkside.

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