Edmund R. Schuber
Edmund R. Schubert is the author of the novel, Dreaming Creek, and over 50 short stories. Some of his early stories are collected in The Trouble with Eating Clouds; newer ones can be found in This Giant Leap. Schubert also contributed to and edited the non-fiction book, How to Write Magical Words. In addition to writing, Schubert served for ten years as head editor of the online magazine InterGalactic Medicine Show (including publishing three IGMS anthologies and winning two WSFA Small Press Awards), resigning from the post in 2016 to make writing his primary focus. Schubert maintains that his greatest accomplishment came during college, when his self-published underground newspaper made him the subject of a professor's lecture in abnormal psychology; however, declining a Hugo nomination for Best Editor (because of the associated political game of thrones that came with it) comes in a close second.