Endicott Editorial Staff
Terri Windling, founder and co-director of the Endicott Studio, is a writer, painter, anthology editor, folklorist, and a long-time advocate of mythic arts and contemporary fairy tale literature. She has published over 40 books for children and adults, winning 9 World Fantasy Awards, the S.F.W.A. Solstice Award, the Bram Stoker Award, the Mythopoeic Award (for The Wood Wife), and placing on the short-list for the Tiptree Award (for The Armless Maiden). Formerly a senior editor (specializing in fantasy) for two New York publishing houses, Terri has been a consulting editor (for Tor Books) and a freelance anthology editor since 1986. She has lived in New York City, Boston, and Arizona, and is now settled down in Devon, England, with her English husband, step-daughter, and a lively black dog named Tilly. For more information on Terri and her work, please visit The Drawing Board which includes a blog on art, myth, writing, and Devon life.
Midori Snyder, co-creator of the Endicott Studio, has published numerous novels for young adults and adults, translated into French, Dutch, Turkish, and Italian. She won the Mythopoeic Award for The Innamorati, a novel inspired by the Italian "Commedia dell'Arte" tradition. Other novels include The Flight of Michael McBride (a mythic western),and Except the Queen (a contemporary faery novel for adult readers, co-authored with Jane Yolen). Her short stories have appeared in numerous venues including several volumes of the The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror. Her nonfiction has appeared in magazines, and in essay collections including Mirror, Mirror on the Wall: Women Writers Explore Their Favorite Fairy Tales. She currently lives in Tucson, Arizona, with her husband, Stephen Haessler. For more information on her work please visit In the Labyrinth, which includes her blog on the writing life.