Scott Edelman has published more than 75 short stories in magazines such as Postscripts, The Twilight Zone, Absolute Magnitude, The Journal of Pulse-Pounding Narratives, Science Fiction Review and Fantasy Book, and in anthologies such as The Solaris Book of New Science Fiction: Volume Three, Crossroads: Southern Tales of the Fantastic, Men Writing SF as Women, MetaHorror, Once Upon a Galaxy, Moon Shots, Mars Probes, Forbidden Planets, Summer Chills, and The Mammoth Book of Monsters. A collection of his horror fiction, These Words Are Haunted came out from Wildside Books in 2001, and a standalone novella The Hunger of Empty Vessels was published in 2009 by Bad Moon Books. He is also the author of the novel The Gift (Space & Time, 1990) and the collection Suicide Art (Necronomicon, 1992). Upcoming stories will appear in the Why New Yorkers Smoke, Zombie Apocalypse and Space & Time. His collection of zombie fiction, What Will Come After, came out earlier this year from PS Publishing. He has been a Stoker Award finalist five times, both in the category of Short Story and Long Fiction. He was the winner of the 2004 Sam Moskowitz Award for outstanding contributions to the field of science fiction fandom.

Additionally, Edelman has worked for the Syfy Channel for nearly ten years. He currently works for them as the Features Editor of SCI FI Wire, an online site of news, reviews and interviews. He was the founding editor of Science Fiction Age, which he edited during its entire eight-year run, after which he edited Science Fiction Weekly for eight years. He also edited SCI FI magazine, previously known as Sci-Fi Entertainment, for over a decade, as well as two other SF media magazines, Sci-Fi Universe and Sci-Fi Flix. He has been a four-time Hugo Award finalist for Best Editor.

He was the winner of the 2004 Sam Moskowitz Award for outstanding contributions to the field of science fiction fandom.

Additionally, Edelman currently works for the SCI FI Channel as the Features Editor for SCI FI Wire, an online site of news, reviews and interviews. He was the founding editor of Science Fiction Age, which he edited during its entire eight-year run, after which he edited Science Fiction Weekly for eight years. He also edited SCI FI magazine, previously known as Sci-Fi Entertainment, for over a decade, as well as two other SF media magazines, Sci-Fi Universe and Sci-Fi Flix. He has been a four-time Hugo Award finalist for Best Editor.