Martin H. Greenberg

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Martin Harry Greenberg (March 1, 1941 – June 25, 2011) was an American speculative fiction anthologist and writer.


Dr. Martin H. Greenberg was born March 1, 1941, to Max and Mae Greenberg in South Miami Beach, Florida. He received a Bachelor's Degree from the University of Miami, a doctorate in Political Science from the University of Connecticut in 1969, and taught at the University of Wisconsin, Green Bay, from 1975 until 1996. His first anthology was Political Science Fiction (1974, with Patricia Warrick), intended to be used as a teaching guide, then continuing with a sequence of educational anthology titles under the series name Through Science Fiction. In the late 1970s Greenberg began partnering with Joseph D. Olander on more conventional science fiction anthologies. Early in his career, Greenberg was sometimes confused with Martin Greenberg (1918– ), publisher of Gnome Press, but the anthologist stated at science fiction conventions and in some of his anthologies that they were no relation. Isaac Asimov suggested that he call himself "Martin H. Greenberg" or "Martin Harry Greenberg" to distinguish him from the other Martin Greenberg.

He shared the 2005 Prometheus Special Award with Mark Tier for the anthologies Give Me Liberty and......
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