Senior Editor and Partner
Ms. Brennan was born in Gary Indiana on July 6th 1876. The auspicious event was declared a state holiday and celebrated with roast boar and tequila. To this day citizens of Gary are often plagued by mysterious hangover-like symptoms on July 7th. Audrey went on to win international acclaim in the field of necroentomology in 1921 for her discovery of 17 separate species of necromorphic (“zombie”) moths. After an unsettling encounter with census takers in 1979, she vanished from the public eye until November 2008 when she was apprehended while attempting to smuggle an 18 wheeler full of Hostess cupcakes into Tijuana, Mexico.
Ms. Greene began editing manuscripts over two decades ago. In 2014 she published the first WRAPPED anthology and hasn’t looked back. Sanity is not her strong suit, but she has a passion for the arts and artists; and truly believes, as Stephen King says, “Books are a uniquely portable magic.” She also has a tendency toward cats and coffee.