David G. Hartwell is a PhD in Comparative Medieval Literature. He has taught at Harvard University, New York University, and Clarion West writing workshop in Seattle. David has edited a couple of thousand Science Fiction books since 1970. He is the author of Age of Wonders, and is presently a senior editor at Tor/Forge Books. He has also edited a number of anthologies, including an annual Year's Best Science Fiction paperback series now in its tenth year and co-edits a Year's Best Fantasy. In addition, David won the World Fantasy Award for best anthology and has been nominated for the Hugo Award twenty-eight times.
Friday's Open Lines included a Special Topic line for "Walk-ins," people who believe an alien or entity may have occupied their spirits permanently or for a time. One man said he would enter into a trance state where he would draw distant constellations that he had no knowledge of. Another caller, said the spirit of one of the Roswell aliens was born into her infant body in 1947. The Roswell mission, she revealed, was piloted by a consortium of aliens seeking to intervene with atomic testing. ... More »Host: George Noory