"In addition to bringing home the first Hugo Award win in the history of Weird Tales, I was also only the second female editor of the magazine, and presided over the only all-female staff ever for the magazine."From his blog, fiction/comic author Warren Ellis had this to say about it:
"WEIRD TALES had been absolutely resurgent over the last few years. There had been stops and hurdles, but it was a progressive magazine with fine work, some beautiful design and an impressive list of contributors. Kaye is a prolific anthologist, clearly very retro in his tastes, and, I believe, still the editor of Sherlock Holmes Mystery Magazine."Official link and statement from departing editor Ann Vandermeer.
"I am sad to see the current iteration go. I suspect that the new iteration, if it sees print, will not be to my tastes. Starting off with a Cthulhu-themed issue is not exactly future-facing. Still, I wish him luck, just as I wish all the luck in the world to Ann and her staff in their next adventures."
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