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 her website, which includes a blog on art, myth, writing, and Devon life: The Drawing Board.
Midori Snyder, co-director of the Endicott Studio, has published eight books for adult and teen readers, winning the Mythopoeic Award for The Innamorati (a novel inspired by Italian myth and commedia dell'arte), and the World Fantasy Award for her work on The Journal of Mythic Arts. Her short stories, essays, and poems have appeared in many journals and anthologies. Raised in the U.S. and Africa, Midori studied African oral narratives, earned a Masters in English Literature from the University of Wisconsin, taught English and Creative Writing to high school students in Italy and Milwaukee, and also raised two children. Midori and her husband now live in Tucson, Arizona, where she's busily at work on new novels and stories, and runs Endicott's Tucson office. For more information, please visit her website, which includes a blog on art, myth, writing, and desert life: In the Labyrinth.
Jamie Bluth, Assistant Editor, is in charge of copy-editing and proof-reading for all Endicott projects, including the Journal of Mythic Arts. She has also been a writer, reviewer, and art scout for JoMA's blog. In her other life, Jamie is a technical writer, editor, and instructional designer, as well as an emerging poet with an interest in all things mythic. She lives in Virginia.