Rachel Isaacs

isaacs rachelRachel Isaacs has been a fan of science fiction and fantasy since before she can remember. One of her first childhood toys was an Ewok stuffed animal, and her family spent many evenings watching taped episodes of Star Trek: TNG (they still do this, though they have thankfully upgraded from VHS tapes to Netflix). In third grade, Rachel discovered that science fiction didn’t just exist on television or in movies, and she’s been devouring amazing stories ever since. 

Rachel’s professional background is in editorial work and print publications, and she has recently joined the communications staff of a nonprofit organization in Cambridge, MA. Most days, she spends her lunch break dreaming of a future in the French countryside with Jean-Luc Picard.

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