Monday, March 23, 1970

Author - Waugh, Charles G.

Birth: July 18, 1943.

Death: Still alive and editing anthologies.

Comments: Charles G. Waugh is an American science fiction editor who has frequently collaborated with Martin H. Greenberg and Isaac Asimov on a number of anthologies. He holds a B.S. in speech and an M.A. in psychology from Syracuse University, and a Ph.D. in communications from Kent State University. Waugh is currently a professor at the University of Maine at Augusta.

Waugh attributes his editing career to a chance meeting with Martin H. Greenberg at a Boston science fiction convention where they both went to see Isaac Asimov speak. This is yet another instance in which the line between the writers and the fans in the science fiction world has traditionally been blurred, a kind of symbiotic relationship that seems to be slipping away as the distance between authors and readers grows in some ways, and shrinks in others.

My reviews of Charles G. Waugh's books:

My reviews of books edited by Charles G. Waugh:
TV: 2000 (with Isaac Asimov and Martin H. Greenberg)

Other books by Charles G. Waugh that I have read but not reviewed:

Short fiction by Charles G. Waugh appearing in works that I have reviewed:

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