STEPHEN P. BROWN edited Science Fiction Eye since its first issue until its hiatus, and he contributed an essay on cyberpunk to Larry McCaffery's critical anthology Storming the Reality Studio.
TOWNSEND CARR has been a graduate student at the University of California, Riverside, researching representations of bi-sexuality in feminist science fiction and fantasy.
JOSEPH CHILDERS, Associate Professor of English and Associate Dean at the University of California, Riverside, is the author of Novel Possibilities and co-author and general editor of The Columbia Dictionary of Modern Literary and Cultural Criticism.
ARTHUR B. EVANS, Professor of French at DePauw University, is managing editor and publisher of Science Fiction Studies, general editor of Wesleyan University Press's new series “Early Classics of Science Fiction,” and author of the awardwinning critical study Jules Verne Rediscovered.
ELYCE RAE HELFORD, Associate Professor of English and Director of Women's Studies at Middle Tennessee State University, is co-editor of Enterprise Zones, editor of Fantasy Girls, and author of articles and book chapters on representations of gender, race, and feminism in science fiction literature, television, and film.
HOWARD V. HENDRIX is the author of the novels Lightpaths, Standing Wave, Better Angels, and Empty Cities of the Full Moon, as well as the scholarly study The Ecstasy of Catastrophe. He has authored some three dozen short stories and about an equal number of critical articles and book reviews.
EDWARD JAMES, Professor of Medieval History at the University of Reading, edited Foundation: The International Review of Science Fiction from 1986 to 2001, is the author of Science Fiction in the 20th Century, and is the co-editor of the Hugonominated Terry Pratchett: Gulity of Literature.