Marge B. Simon

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'''Marge B. Simon''' is a zine editor, poet, artist, and writer from the U.S.A.
'''Marge B. Simon''' is a zine editor, poet, artist, and writer from the U.S.A.
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Marge B. Simon is the editor of [[Star*Line]], which was founded in January 1978 by Suzette Haden Elgin as a forum and networking tool for poets writing speculative and fantastic poetry. Initially, Starline was published twelve times a year. As of 1980, it was published six times a year. In 1982, Robert Frazier took over from Suzette Haden Elgin; from 1986 till 1988, the editor was Elissa Malcohn, with Robert Frazier returned from 1988 until 1991, followed by Richard Rowand for a year. Marge B. Simon became editor in 1992 till 1995, David C. Kopaska-Merkel from 1996 till 2002; Tim Pratt from 2002 till 2004, and Marge Simon returning in 2004. As of 2011, Simon remains editor. In 2011 ''Star*Line'' became a quarterly.  
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Marge B. Simon was the editor of [[Star*Line]], which was founded in January 1978 by Suzette Haden Elgin as a forum and networking tool for poets writing speculative and fantastic poetry. Initially, ''Star*Line'' was published twelve times a year. As of 1980, it was published six times a year. In 1982, Robert Frazier took over from Suzette Haden Elgin; from 1986 till 1988, the editor was Elissa Malcohn, with Robert Frazier returning from 1988 until 1991, followed by Richard Rowand for a year. Marge B. Simon first became editor from 1992 until 1995, followed by David C. Kopaska-Merkel ([[Dreams and Nightmares]]) from 1996 till 2002 and Tim Pratt from 2002 till 2004, until Marge Simon resumed editorship from 2004 to 2011. In 2011 ''Star*Line'' became a quarterly. F.J. Bergmann assumed editorship in 2012.
In 1988, Simon was President of the Small Press Writers and Artists Organization (SPWAO).
In 1988, Simon was President of the Small Press Writers and Artists Organization (SPWAO).
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''Cthulhu Sex'' #23 (2006) carried a short article on Simon's artwork.
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''Cthulhu Sex'' #23 (2006) carried a short article on Simon's artwork. She has done cover art work for zines such as [[1130 Club]] and [[The Standing Stone]].
===Zines===
===Zines===
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*[[Space and Time]]
*[[Space and Time]]
*SPWAO Newsletter
*SPWAO Newsletter
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*[[The Standing Stone]]
*[[The Sterling Web]]
*[[The Sterling Web]]
*Strange Horizons
*Strange Horizons
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*Tales of the Talisman
*Tales of the Talisman
*Tales of the Unanticipated
*Tales of the Unanticipated
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*[[Testament of Lael]]
*[[Thin Ice]]
*[[Thin Ice]]
*Thrust
*Thrust

Revision as of 23:57, 23 November 2012

Marge B. Simon is a zine editor, poet, artist, and writer from the U.S.A.

Marge B. Simon was the editor of Star*Line, which was founded in January 1978 by Suzette Haden Elgin as a forum and networking tool for poets writing speculative and fantastic poetry. Initially, Star*Line was published twelve times a year. As of 1980, it was published six times a year. In 1982, Robert Frazier took over from Suzette Haden Elgin; from 1986 till 1988, the editor was Elissa Malcohn, with Robert Frazier returning from 1988 until 1991, followed by Richard Rowand for a year. Marge B. Simon first became editor from 1992 until 1995, followed by David C. Kopaska-Merkel (Dreams and Nightmares) from 1996 till 2002 and Tim Pratt from 2002 till 2004, until Marge Simon resumed editorship from 2004 to 2011. In 2011 Star*Line became a quarterly. F.J. Bergmann assumed editorship in 2012.

In 1988, Simon was President of the Small Press Writers and Artists Organization (SPWAO).

Cthulhu Sex #23 (2006) carried a short article on Simon's artwork. She has done cover art work for zines such as 1130 Club and The Standing Stone.

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