Bringing more than 13 years of experience to the Reading List, Lindsey began her career as an acquisitions editor at HarperCollins. Since then, she’s worked with almost every major trade publisher, numerous university and small presses, authors across all genres, and businesses large and small. She received her MFA in Fiction from the New School University, and there’s always a book on her reading list.
As a classics major, Sal developed a love affair with language that pairs well with his attention to detail. An avid editor, he trained with the University of Chicago's Graham School and the Editorial Freelancers Association, and his clients include both well-known publishers and independent authors. As our editorial manager, he runs a tight ship at the Reading List, making sure that projects proceed smoothly.
Elizabeth’s work has appeared in Third Coast, the Los Angeles Review of Books, and elsewhere, and she’s been nominated for two Pushcart Prizes. With an extensive background in film, she has worked in original content development at AMC and has collaborated on numerous scripts.
Jake co-edited and contributed to Fire and Forget: Short Stories from the Long War (Da Capo), a fiction anthology by Iraq and Afghanistan veterans. He covered war, protest, security issues and digital culture as a staff reporter at The Daily Beast and has been published in the New York Times, Vice, and elsewhere.
Emily is the author of Homeward Bound (S&S), which received great reviews and widespread coverage. Her writing has appeared in the New York Times, the Atlantic, the Washington Post, Smithsonian, and elsewhere. She received her BA from Harvard.
A former UNC Press editor, Tema is the co-author of Sara Foster’s Southern Kitchen (Random House) and the author of the forthcoming Corn: A Savor the South Cookbook (UNC Press). Along with a passion for food writing and fiction, she has extensive expertise in content marketing and digital marketing.
Theresa Dowell Blackinton
A former in-house editor at the Smithsonian, Theresa’s editing interests range from health and science, to travel and outdoors, to history and fiction. An avid explorer, she is the author of multiple travel and hiking guides. Her fiction most recently appeared in The Iowa Review.
A bibliophile if there ever was one, Mollie edits a little of everything: historical fiction, middle-grade and young-adult fiction, fantasy, thrillers, memoirs or inspirational nonfiction, and more. She specializes in Christian works and has worked with several Christian publishers.