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Ian Randal Strock Edit Profile

magazine editor , photographer , publisher , writer

Ian Randal Strock, American magazine editor, writer, publisher, photographer. Recipient Philcon Art Show Popular Choice award, 1997, AnLab award, 1996, 1st place junior division Long Island Crossword Open, 1990, Ruth Paluga award Orchard Hills School, Milford, Connecticut, 1977, Regents scholarship New York Board Regents, 1983.

Background

Strock, Ian Randal was born on June 26, 1966 in Brooklyn. Son of Noel Brian and Carren Elaine (Wagner) Strock.

Education

Bachelor in Political Science, Boston University, 1987.

Career

Deputy editorial page editor The Daily Free Press, Boston, 1986-1987. Editor/publisher Mphasis, Brooklyn, 1990-1991. Associate editor Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, New York City, 1989-1995, Analog Science Fiction and Fact Magazine, New York City, 1989-1995.

Vice president publications The Lunar Resources Company, Houston, since 1995. President/publisher Longitudinal Redundancy Check Publications, Brooklyn, since 1996. Editor Artemis Magazine, since 1995.

Freelance writer, since 1985.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Co-editor: Writing Science Fiction and Fantasy, 1991. Contributor articles and stories to magazines.

Membership

Member International Womens Writers Guild, Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, American Mensa, Ltd. (membership officer Greater New York Mensa, 1996-1997, president 1992-1995), Artemis Society International (director publications since 1995).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Writing, reading, photography, basketball, coin collecting/numismatics.

Connections

father:
Noel Brian Strock

mother:
Carren Elaine (Wagner) Strock