Amy is the acquisitions editor in charge paranormal subjects at Llewellyn. With ten years experience in the publishing world, Amy is excited to have her love for ghost stories and the unexplained coincide with her new day job! She enjoys bicycling, running, reading, cooking, and quenches her Anglophile fix by watching British tv shows.
While browsing the VolumeOne website, a blog entry alerted me to this website. How cool is this? Being a Wisconsin native and current resident, I immediately had to check all the counties where I've lived or spent time. I grew up on a county line road so I claim to be a native of Dunn and Barron County. [Seriously; our mailbox across the road was in a different county from the rest of our farm. Sometimes when fetching the mail I would stop in the middle of the road and say "I'm in two counties at the same time!" Please don't ever try this at home.] I have a vague recollection about some of the sightings in Rice Lake, and I definitely remember reading about the recent sighting near
Hello, my name is Amy Glaser and I’m the new paranormal acquisitions editor. I started on August 17, and the past month has been a whirlwind! I have been in the publishing industry for the past ten years, but this is my first employer change in those ten years. Change is good, and it was time to shake things up a bit. This opportunity came around and it was a perfect fit. I just didn’t expect to shake things up as much as I initially expected. I fell off my bike and broke my arm two days before my first day on the job. As it’s always been with me, life will be at an even keel and then so much change happens at once! It can be a challenge to stay sane, but it does a good job of taking