Sheila Williams is the editor of Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine for which she has received Hugo nominations for the 2006 Best Professional Editor Hugo and the Best Editor, Short Form Hugo from 2007-2013, winning the 2011 Best Editor, Short Form Hugo and the 2012 Best Editor, Short Form Hugo.
Along with Gardner Dozois she edited the "Isaac Asimov's" anthology series. She also co-edited A Woman's Liberation: A Choice of Futures by and About Women (2001) with Connie Willis. She has edited a retrospective anthology of fiction published by Asimov's: Asimov's Science Fiction: 30th Anniversary Anthology. Most recently, she edited Enter a Future: Fantastic Tales from Asimov's Science Fiction.
Awards, Honors and GoHships:
- 2006 -- Best Professional Editor Hugo nominee
- 2007 -- 2013 Best Editor, Short Form Hugo nominee
- 2009 -- Capclave 2009
- 2008 -- ArmadilloCon 30
- 2011 -- Best Editor, Short Form Hugo
- 2012 -- Best Editor, Short Form Hugo
- 2016 -- CAN*CON 2016
- 2020 -- Asimov Centennial Meetup
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