|Born||Elizabeth Rosalind Wollheim|
December 5, 1951
|Education||Forest Hills High School, Clark University and the Worcester Art Museum School|
|Parent(s)||Donald A. Wollheim and Elsie B. Wollheim|
Elizabeth Rosalind 'Betsy' Wollheim (born 5 December 1951, New York) is the President, co-Publisher and co-Editor-in-Chief of science fiction and fantasy publisher DAW Books, 'a small private company, owned exclusively by its publishers.' The latter roles are shared with Sheila E. Gilbert. She had worked at DAW as an associate editor from 1975.
- 1990 shared Chesley Awards for best art director with Sheila E. Gilbert
- 1992 shared Chesley Awards for best art director with Sheila E. Gilbert
- 2012 Hugo award as best professional editor (long form)
- (June 2006), Betsy Wollheim: The Family Trade: interview excerpts, Locus Magazine. Retrieved 12 September 2017
- David Langford, (3 July 2017), Wollheim, Elizabeth R.,The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction. Retrieved 11 September 2017
- DAW: Overview at Penguin Books. Retrieved 11 September 2017
- David Langford, (3 July 2017), Gilbert, Sheila E.,The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction. Retrieved 11 September 2017]
- "2012 Hugo Awards". World Science Fiction Society. Archived from the original on 2012-04-09. Retrieved 2012-04-09.
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