Gabrielle Harbowy has edited for publishers such as Pyr, Lambda Literary, and Circlet Press. She is the managing editor at Dragon Moon Press and a submissions editor at the Hugo-nominated Apex Magazine. With Ed Greenwood, she co-edited the award-nominated When the Hero Comes Home anthology series. Her short fiction can be found in anthologies, including Carbide Tipped Pens from Tor, and her first novel is forthcoming from Paizo.
The longer story:
Gabrielle Harbowy lives in the San Francisco Bay area with two black cats who are named after chocolate, and a significant other who is not.
Gabrielle received her B.A. from Rutgers University. Always an avid reader, she spent her summers working in libraries while in college and jumped at the chance to accept a position as a pricing data analyst at a major publishing house in New York City.
Her experiences in publishing inspired her to transform her love of books and her attention to detail into an editing career. In 2006, with six years’ experience in the publishing field, she left the corporate world and struck out on her own as a full-time editor.
Gabrielle is an Active member of Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA). She edits for publishers including Pyr Books, and is a staff proofreader for Lambda Literary. In addition to her independent editing work, she is also Managing Editor at Dragon Moon Press, where she oversees the submissions and editing processes. She has edited for aspiring and first-time authors, New York Times Bestsellers, and Hugo Award winners. Books she has acquired and/or edited have gone on to be finalists and winners of Bram Stoker awards, Parsecs, Nebulas, the Andre Norton award, and ForeWord Magazine’s Book of the Year awards.
Gabrielle’s first novel is forthcoming from Paizo.
In her free time, Gabrielle is a pianist and avid tourist. She is currently teaching herself to play the harp.