Moshe Feder began reading SF and Fantasy in the late 1950s, became an active fan in 1970, and then a pro in 1972, working part time at Amazing and Fantastic while still in college. He's been a reviewer for Publishers Weekly and Asimov's, Assistant Editor of the SF Book Club (and Editor of the Military Book Club), and a judge for the World Fantasy and Sidewise awards. His only published fiction appeared in Damon Knight's Orbit 16. He's currently a Consulting Editor for Tor Books and recently learned he is descended from Rabbi Judah Loew, creator of the Golem.
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