Dean Wesley Smith is reporting that Martin H. Greenberg passed away this morning after a long illness. If you've ever picked up an anthology is the last twenty or thirty years, there's a good chance his name was on the cover, usually following the name of a well known author or editor. (Isaac Asimov comes to mind as the most prominent, but he was far from the only one.) If the anthology was published by DAW books, then his name was almost certainly on the cover. Greenberg was the publisher of Tekno Books, one of the leading book packagers in the world. (A packager puts the project together, then sells it to publisher.) While his work was often behind the scenes, he was a major player in fantasy and science fiction publishing, as well as a number of other genres. I never met Mr. Greenberg, but I've always heard only good things about him. His passing is a major loss to the science fiction and fantasy fields. Think of him the next time you read one of the anthologies he put together. Dean Wesley Smith worked with Greenberg and has written a moving eulogy.