Eric Choi is an aerospace engineer, writer and editor based in Toronto, Canada. He holds a bachelor’s degree in engineering science and a master’s degree in aerospace engineering, both from the University of Toronto, and he is an alumnus of the International Space University. In 2009, he was one of the Top 40 finalists (out of 5,351 applicants) in the Canadian Space Agency’s astronaut campaign. He was the co-editor of two speculative fiction anthologies, Carbide Tipped Pens with Ben Bova and The Dragon and the Stars with Derwin Mak. The first recipient of the Isaac Asimov Award (now the Dell Magazines Award) for his story “Dedication”, he is also a two-time winner of the Prix Aurora Award – the Canadian national prize for excellence in speculative fiction – for his story “Crimson Sky” and for co-editing The Dragon and the Stars. Please visit his website www.aerospacewriter.ca or follow him on Twitter @AerospaceWriter.