Sheila Williams is the two-time Hugo-Award-winning editor of Asimov’s Science Fiction magazine. She started at Asimov’s in June 1982 and became the editor of the magazine in 2004. She is also the editor or co-editor of more than two-dozen anthologies. The most recent of these are Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine: 30th Anniversary Anthology (Tachyon Publications), Enter A Future: Fantastic Tales from Asimov’s Science Fiction (Dell Magazines), and Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine: A Decade of Hugo & Nebula Award Winning Stories, 2005–2015 (Prime Books). Sheila writes regular essays and editorial pieces, and she is the co-founder of the Dell Magazines Award for Undergraduate Excellence in Science Fiction and Fantasy Writing, which is given out each year in Orlando, Florida, by the International Association for the Fantastic in the Arts. The award seeks to discover and encourage new authors. Writers that the award has recognized at the beginning of their careers include Rich Larson, E. Lily Yu, Marie Brennan, and Maurice Broaddus. Sheila edits and lives in New York City.