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SF Signal Welcomes Heather Massey!

SF Signal Welcomes Heather Massey!

Listen up, folks! We’re pleased to announce and welcome Heather Massey to the SF Signal team!

We asked Heather to talk about herself in the third person. Here’s what she said:

Heather Massey searches for sci-fi romance adventures and writes about them at Galaxy Express 2.0 and Sci-Fi Romance Quarterly. Her articles have appeared at a variety of places including Germany’s LoveLetter magazine, Coffee Time Romance,, Heroes & Heartbreakers, The Mary Sue, GeekMom, SF Signal, and SFR Galaxy Awards. She’s also an author in the genre. To learn more about her published work, visit When Heather’s not reading or writing, she’s watching cult films and enjoying the company of her husband and daughter. Follow Heather on Twitter: @thgalaxyexpress.

Welcome to the team, Heather! I don’t want you to feel pressured that you should bribe the editor, but I will say that an “everything” bagel goes a long way. πŸ™‚

Heather’s first post, detailing her date with Jeff Lemire’s Trillium comic, will be up momentarily. Be sure to check it out, but first, please join me in welcoming Heather to the SF Signal team!

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John DeNardo is the Managing Editor at SF Signal and a columnist at Kirkus Reviews. He also likes bagels. So there.

6 Comments on SF Signal Welcomes Heather Massey!

  1. Paul Weimer (@PrinceJvstin) // March 22, 2016 at 10:01 am //

    Welcome, Heather! Don’t forget the bagels for John!

  2. Nicole Kastronis // March 22, 2016 at 10:39 am //

    Welcome Heather! An excellent first article, just read it now.

    Now I want a bagel. What have you done to me America! I was always a crumpet girl :/

  3. *throws bagel confetti*

    I’m super jazzed to be here! Thanks for the warm welcome.

    @Nicole Thanks for your interest!

  4. Welcome to the site Heather. I just read your review of Trillium and you make me want to read it. I could use a little romance in my reading life.

  5. I’m late to the party, I know.

    but welcome, welcome, welcome! πŸ˜€

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