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“You co-edit the online poetry 'zine Goblin Fruit with Jessica Wick and artist Oliver Hunter.”
“I came during volume 1 as the Assistant Editor (a job now occupied by my hero, Adam P. Knave), mainly proofing stories ... but Mark and Joe Keatinge really encouraged me to help out in other areas more and more and, after volume 2 when Joe decided to step down from the day-to-day of Popgun to concentrate on his dancing career, they really gave me a shot to co-edit here, and I appreciate it.”
“He advised me to be sure to copy such notices to Evan Goldstein and Tran Huu Dung, an economics professor whom Dutton had invited to co-edit the site in 2000.”
“Simple, everyday tasks like developing documents, presentations and spreadsheets have become a revolutionized process where multiple people co-edit in real-time.”
“Lastly, after being approached to co-edit a book on youth voices from the revolutions in the Arab world, my co-editor and I wrote up a project description for a call for submissions with the subject headline "Would you be interested in contributing to a book on the 'Arab Spring'?”
“I had the idea for The New Space Opera in 1998 as a book I'd co-edit with a friend of mine in Australia, Simon Brown.”
“Slipstream Stories! and by the end of the day we had agreed to co-edit an anthology.”
“I approached Gardner Dozois to co-edit, he liked the idea, we sold the book, and it was published in 2007.”
“He was Chairperson of the Scientific Advisory Board for the conference "Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Development in the Context of Climate Change, the Energy Crisis and Food Insecurity" that convened November 2009 in Agadir, Morocco (he will co-edit the conference proceedings in 2010).”
“Rather than telling me to F.O., he gerenously invited me to co-edit.”
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