Gardner Dozois is best known for his work as the editor of Asimov’s Science Fiction from 1984–2004 and the annual Year’s Best Science Fiction anthologies from 1984 onward.
He has a reputation as one of the foremost editors of science fiction and fantasy, with a record 15 Hugo Awards for Best Editor, and is also a two-time Nebula Award-winning author.
Throughout his career he collaborated with magazines such as Galaxy Science Fiction, If, Worlds of Fantasy, and Worlds of Tomorrow, has co-edited a series of themed anthologies with Jack Dann, and currently writes short fiction reviews for Locus while also continuing to edit the Year’s Best Science Fiction annual anthologies.
Induction Year: 2011
The Year's Best Science Fiction: First Annual Collection (ed.) (1984 and ongoing)
Geodesic Dreams (1992)
Writing Science Fiction & Fantasy (ed.) (1993)
The Good Old Stuff: Adventure Science Fiction in the Grand Tradition (ed.) (1998)
The New Space Opera (ed.) (2007)
Songs of the Dying Earth (ed.) (2009)