Endicott Studio & JoMA Contact Information
For Endicott Studio queries, write to TheEndicottStudio at gmail dot com -- but please read the material below first to see if your question has already been answered.
Email for Terri Windling will be passed on to her, but please check her Frequently Asked Questions page first, and please note that she is not a fast correspondent.
Email for Midori Snyder will also be passed on, or you can write to Ms. Snyder directly: msnylabyrinth at gmail dot com.
Journal of Mythic Arts:
JoMA ceased publication with the Summer 2008 issue, thus we no longer accept submissions or material for review.
Contact information for the writers and artists who contributed JoMA:
We cannot accept mail for the many writers and artists who contributed to The Journal of Mythic Arts, and we are not authorized to pass on their private contact information. Please seek out their personal websites for contact information, or write to them c/o their book publishers.
To reprint articles, poetry, or art by Terri Windling, please refer to her Copyright & Permissions page.
To reprint articles or poetry by Midori Snyder, write to: msnylabyrinth at gmail dot com.
Requests for permission to reprint text or art by any of the other writers or artists found on this site should be sent to the copyright holders of the work, not to the JoMA editorial staff. You'll find copyright information at the end of each page or article.
Regarding historical art:
If the piece of art you want to reproduce is old and the artist is long deceased, it's possible the work is in Public Domain, or that the use you want to make of it falls under Fair Use rules. For more information on the ins and outs of copyright, we recommend the Stanford University Libraries Copyright and Fair Use website. Please note that the Endicott Studio cannot give assistance tracking down copyright information on historical works of art, nor do we have the authority to grant reproduction permission ourselves.
If you are encountering technical problems with the Endicott Studio's site or the JoMA archives, please write to Midori Snyder: msnylabyrinth at gmail dot com.
The Endicott Studio is a nonprofit organization, and we do not accept or trade ads for this site.
The Green Woman" and the sketches of trolls & faeries
are by Brian Froud. Used with permission.