GIDEON MARCUS, FOUNDER
Imagine living in the post-Golden Age of science fiction and fantasy. What would it be like to actually be there, experiencing life, the movies, the books, the music, day per day?
The Traveler and co. live in 1962, regularly commuting 55 years into the future to write about then-contemporary science fiction and fantasy, particularly fiction found in magazines. But that’s not all there is to life 55 years ago! So expect to read about the movies, the space shots, the politics, the music, and much more!
There is nothing like the Journey anywhere else in the universe. Come jump through the portal and see a world you may but dimly remember, or which you may never have seen before, but without which your time could never have been…
JANICE MARCUS, EDITOR
The editorial backbone of Galactic Journey, Janice ensures that 95% of typos and grammatical errors get trapped before being released into the wild. The other 5% are completely the result of spontaneous generation similar to the fashion in which Fred Hoyle predicts that matter is constantly created as our universe expands.
Janice also moderates the Galactic Journey panels when the column hits the road.
TAMMI BOZICH, CURATOR
Ms. Bozich is the Journey’s intrepid curator, ensuring that all works featured on the Journey have been cleared for distribution. It is thanks to her that so many of these fine works are available for your perusal.
ERICA FRANK, COPY EDITOR
If you’ve ever wondered how the Journey distributes its fine editions of the stories provided in this column, look no further. Ms. Frank has been an invaluable aid to our efforts, ensuring readable, easily transmitted tales.
While the Journey has attracted a number of avid time travelers, Ms. Benton has elected to become a full-time denizen of two eras: “today” and “55 years ago.” An expert on the early years of the Cold War, her insightful eloquence lends gravitas to the column. Expect a monthly entry from this most talented writer!
The unusual first name betrays Ms. Pollard’s “modern-day” provenance; she has also taken the plunge to become a regular Journey contributor. Not only is she a professional columnist, herself, she lives across the Pond in Merry Old England. Thus, the Journey now offers a fan’s perspective from both sides of the Atlantic.
Ms. Silverwolf has graced our letter column for almost three years. Aside from her incredible erudition, the most noteworthy thing about Victoria is the extreme alignment of her tastes with that of the Traveler. It’s no surprise that she has been put on the magazine beat, reviewing Fantastic on a monthly basis.
Last but not least, we have the Young Traveler. She has been the Traveler’s constant movie-going companion since the beginning. Now she co-writes the articles that cover material with which she has acquainted herself, mostly movies and television shows. Don’t let her youth fool you — she is a successful writer in her own right, and a most welcome addition the Journey team!