An award-winning editor and writer, Edward E. Kramer’s published works includes Sandman with Neil Gaiman, Elric with Michael Moorcock, and The Crow with James O’Barr; he received the Prometheus Award for the Libertarian SF anthology Free Space, with Brad Linaweaver. Ed agented volumes of classic work for Harlan Ellison (Edgeworks), Fritz Leiber (Lankhmar), and Michael Moorcock (Eternal Champion). He arranged the literary partnership between authors Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson which re-launched the Dune universe; the first Herbert / Anderson collaborative trilogy was dedicated to Ed's efforts.
As a photojournalist and music critic, Ed’s features were syndicated through the NY Times regional wire; his photography and portraits graced the pages of Billboard, Rolling Stone, Time, and USA Today. Ed's original fiction and non-fiction appears in numerous anthologies, collections, and magazines. In 1987, Ed founded America's largest annual pop-cultural event, Dragon Con, and served as Chairman for fourteen years. An active member of the Science Fiction Writer's Association (SFWA) for more than two decades, and a past Nebula Awards host, Ed also served as Vice-President and Trustee of the Horror Writers Association (HWA).
A graduate of Emory University School of Medicine, Ed's work in Violence Epidemiology with the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) helped develop the technology to decrease fatalities through a pilot study for Atlanta's Domestic Crisis Intervention Unit (DCIU). His experience includes more than two decades of work as an administrator in the psychiatric and addiction treatment professions, and eight years as Producer of the Tovia Singer Show for Arutz Sheva, Israel's only independent national live radio station.
Israel National Radio
Producer 2002 - 2010
Producer of The Tovia Singer Show for Arutz Sheva, Israel's only independent national live radio station, broadcasting in English to the United States and internationally across the Web.
HarperCollins / DC, Warner / Aspect, TOR / Forge, Del Rey / Ballantine, and ROC / Penguin Books
Editor and Writer 1990 - 2004
Award-winning editor of more than twenty original collections of short fiction. Select titles reprinted in multiple languages, as featured selection by the Science Fiction Book Club, and in signed / limited editions by multiple specialty press:
Bibliography of Anthologies Published
Grails: Quests of the Dawn (2004)
Strange Attraction: Turns of the Midnight Carnival's Wheel (2000)
The Crow: Shattered Lives and Broken Dreams (1998)
Dante's Disciples (1998)
Free Space (1997), recipient of the first Prometheus Special Award
Michael Moorcock's Pawn of Chaos: Tales of the Eternal Champion (1997)
The Sandman: Book of Dreams (1996), a British Fantasy Award nominee for Best Anthology
Dark Love (1996), a World Fantasy Award and International Horror Guild Award nominee for Best Anthology
Dark Destiny III: Children of Dracula (1996)
More Phobias (1995)
Forbidden Acts (1995)
Dark Destiny II: Proprietors of Fate (1995)
Grails: Visitations of the Night (1994)
Michael Moorcock's Elric: Tales of the White Wolf (1994)
Dark Destiny (1994)
Confederacy of the Dead (1993)
Quest to Riverworld (1993)
Grails: Quests, Visitations and Other Occurrences (1992), a World Fantasy Award nominee for Best Anthology
Tales of Riverworld (1992)
The sky is not the limit, nor are the stars...
Emory University College
Forensic Psychology, Bachelor of Science (BS)
University Mission: To create, preserve, teach, and apply knowledge in the service of humanity.
Emory University School of Medicine
Healthcare Administration and Planning, Violence Epidemiology, Master of Public Health (MPH), Rollins School of Public Health
Master's Thesis in cooperation with Atlanta's Centers for Disease Control's (CDC) Violence Epidemiology Branch and Atlanta Police Department's (APD) Domestic Crisis Intervention Unit (DCIU) on procedural information-based methodology to reduce confrontational fatalities in response to domestic crisis intervention.
Activities: Member of the City of Atlanta's Mayor's Task Force on Domestic Violence.