Amy Goldschlager

Amy Goldschlager is an editor and reviewer who lives in New York City and exists virtually at www.amygoldschlager.com. She has worked for several major publishers, and has contributed to Kirkus, Publishers Weekly, ComicMix, and AudioFile magazine. She currently writes the audiobook review column for Locus.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

A Pair of Disturbing Revelations

WHEN AN AUTHOR yields to temptation (creative, financial, whatever) and returns to a story that he or she had rather decisively ...


A Puzzle Box of a Quest Fantasy

Apparently what we’re talking about is a high-tech philosopher’s stone that, by defeating entropy, will theoretically end death forever....

A Puzzle Box of a Quest Fantasy
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