JoSelle Vanderhooft is an author, editor, and poet with several credits to her name. Her poetry books include Fathers, Daughters, Ghosts & Monsters, The Memory Palace, The Handless Maiden and Other Tales Twice-Told, and Ossuary, which was a finalist for the 2008 Bram Stoker Award. Anthologies include Sleeping Beauty, Indeed, Steam-Powered: Lesbian Steampunk Stories, Steam-Powered II: More Lesbian Steampunk Stories (forthcoming September, 2011), Bitten by Moonlight (forthcoming October, 2011), and with Catherine Lundoff, Hellebore & Rue. Her work has been featured in Ellen Datlow's The Year's Best Horror #1 and shortlisted for the Gaylactic Spectrum Award. She is also the editor of Drollerie Press' Flyleaf (LGBTQ speculative fiction) and Grotesqueries (general horror) imprints, and a reviewer for Publishers Weekly, Booklist, and the Lambda Literary Association. A displaced Utahan, she lives in Florida with her partner and one boisterous orange tabby named Oscar.