Lee Martindale

Lee Martindale edited the groundbreaking Such a Pretty Face and The Ladies of Trade Town , and has written stories for Esther Friesner’s Turn the Other Chick, Chicks and Balances, Witch Way to the Mall, and Fangs for the Mammaries, three volumes of Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Sword and Sorceress anthology series, Catopolis, Warrior Wisewoman 2, Low Port, and others. Bard's Road, a collection of her work, was published in 2014. Her first novel, Camino Unreal, has been delayed until 2018. 

Lee is also a Named Bard, a Lifetime Active Member and former member of the Board of Directors of SFWA, a veteran human rights activist, fencer, member of the SCA, and owner of nano-press HarpHaven Publishing. She lives in Plano, TX.