Liza Groen Trombi
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Liza Groen Trombi is Editor-in-Chief of Locus magazine, taking over from founder Charles N. Brown in 2009.
Born in Oakland, California, she has a degree in literature from San Francisco State University and studied editing with Editcetera in Berkeley before joining the magazine. She runs the SF Awards Weekend in Seattle, serves on various awards juries, and has published several titles for the Locus Press imprint. She also serves as Board President of the Locus Science Fiction Foundation.
Awards, Honors and GoHships:
She has won the Best Semiprozine Hugo four times (2005-7, 2012) for her work at Locus and was a finalist the four interceding years.
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