George Zebrowski is a SF author and editor who has written and edited a number of books, and is a former editor of The Bulletin of the Science Fiction Writers of America.
He was born Jerzy Tadeuz Zebrowski in Austria, but has lived in the United States and used the name George Zebrowski since 1951. He lives with SF/fantasy author Pamela Sargent, with whom he has collaborated on a number of books, including four Star Trek novels. Some of his short stories have been nominated for the Nebula Award, and one, "The Idea Trap," was nominated for the Theodore Sturgeon Award.
Zebrowski has edited several genre anthologies, including four volumes of Synergy (1987-1989). He was also editor of Crown Publishers' Classics of Modern Science Fiction series in the 1980s.
He has also written genre non-fiction books, including Beneath the Red Star: Studies on International Science Fiction (1996).
He published the fanzine Epilogue.
Awards, Honors and GoHships:
- 1981 -- Triciticon '81
- 1988 -- Genericon IV
- 1997 -- Contradiction 17
- 1999 -- John W. Campbell Memorial Award, Kevin O'Donnell, Jr. Service To SFWA Award
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