Edith Hope Bishop grew up in South Florida, holds degrees from Harvard and Columbia, and taught for several years in a public high school in Seattle. She's a mom, a volunteer, a theater kid, and a cosplay hack. She's twice been a finalist in the PNWA Literary Contest, was nominated for a 2016 Rhysling Award (for poetry), and has been previously published in Mythic Delirium Magazine, Lucia Journal, Yellow Chair Review, and five benefit anthologies for Sirens Conference. She writes songs for jilted mermaids, lovesick bandits, and starcrossed ghosts as Foulweather Bluff and beachcombs on the clock app. She spends the majority of her time on adult and middle grade speculative fiction. She can usually be found near a body of salt water. 

You can find links to her music, beachcombing, & various platforms here.

Edie recently left her literary agent and is currently interested in small presses specializing in literary-leaning spec fic.

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