Edward E. Kramer is the award-winning editor of ROC Books' Dark Love and Grails, HarperPrism's Sandman: Book of Dreams, Del Rey's The Crow: Shattered Lives and Broken Dreams, Tor Books' Free Space, Avon Books' Forbidden Acts, White Wolf's Elric: Tales of the White Wolf, Pawn of Chaos: Tales of the Eternal Champion, Dante's Disciples, Tombs, the Dark Destiny trilogy, and Bereshith Publishing's Strange Attraction, with many additional works both in print and in progress. His next project is Kabbalah: The Magic of Solomon (co-edited with Jack Dann). Ed's original fiction appears in a number of anthologies as well.
He has also co-written and directed the digital feature Terror at Tate Manor, which debuted as a direct-to-Internet film.
In 1987, Ed co-founded Dragon*Con, the world's largest convention dedicated to SF, fantasy, comics, gaming and the popular arts. He served as its chairman for fourteen years and oversaw its growth from 1,400 attendance in its inaugural year to over 20,000 in 2000.
He has also chaired the 1990 Origins convention, the World Fantasy Convention and the Nebula Awards Weekend, both in 1992, and both the World Horror Convention and the North American Science Fiction Convention (NASFiC) in 1995. Most recently, he chaired 1999's Atlanta World Horror Convention and LA's Bram Stoker Awards Weekend.