Scott Edelman (the editor) currently edits both Science Fiction Weekly (, the internet magazine of news, reviews and interviews, with more than 635,000 registered readers (since September 2000), and SCI FI, the official print magazine of the SCI FI Channel (since September 2001). He was the founding editor of Science Fiction Age, which he edited during its entire eight-year run from 1992 through 2000. He also edited Sci-Fi Entertainment for almost four years, as well as two other SF media magazines, Sci-Fi Universe and Sci-Fi Flix. He has been a four-time Hugo Award finalist for Best Editor.

Scott Edelman (the writer) has published more than 65 short stories in magazines such as The Twilight Zone, Absolute Magnitude, The Journal of Pulse-Pounding Narratives, Science Fiction Review and Fantasy Book, and anthologies such as Crossroads: Southern Tales of the Fantastic, Men Writing SF as Women, MetaHorror, Once Upon a Galaxy, Moon Shots, Mars Probes, Forbidden Planets, Summer Chills, and The Mammoth Book of Monsters. Upcoming stories will appear in the anthologies Nation of Ash and Aim for the Head, and the magazine PostScripts. He has twice been a Stoker Award finalist in the category of Short Story.