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Glenn Greenberg is an award-winning editor and writer whose work has appeared in numerous fiction anthologies, comic books, lifestyle and news magazines, and on several Web sites. For Marvel Comics, he developed and wrote the five-issue Star Trek: Untold Voyages limited series, which chronicled adventures from the second five-year mission of Captain James T. Kirk and his crew aboard the refit USS Enterprise.

In 2004, Glenn returned to the Star Trek universe with The Art of the Deal, an eBook in Simon and Schuster's popular Star Trek: Starfleet Corps of Engineers line of original fiction. He wrote a sequel, The Art of the Comeback, which was released by Simon and Schuster in 2007.

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Glenn's writing work for Marvel also included stints on such world-famous characters as Spider-Man, the Hulk, Dracula, and the Silver Surfer. As a Marvel editor, he is proudest of having developed the Starlord limited series written by bestselling science fiction author Timothy Zahn, as well as the inter-company crossover project, The Incredible Hulk vs. Superman, which made Glenn one of the very few Marvel editors in history to edit a project featuring DC Comics' flagship character, Superman. For the GrayHaven Magazine Web site, Glenn was co-writer of the much-acclaimed, 35-part Internet column "The Life of Reilly," in which he chronicled his rather reluctant role in the making of the infamous "Clone Saga" that ran through the Spider-Man titles in the mid-1990s.

Glenn has written various articles for magazines such as Smoke and Time Out New York, and Scholastic News, a weekly news magazine for kids for which he served as editor and head writer for nearly 15 years. In 2002 and 2009, his work on that magazine earned him the prestigious Distinguished Achievement Award from the Association of Educational Publishers. Currently, Glenn is a senior editor and writer for TIME For Kids, the children's edition of TIME magazine.

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