KATIE FOX has been editing and publishing since 2010. She attended the State University of New York at Fredonia, where she studied communications and philosophy, and more recently completed UC Berkeley Extension’s Professional Sequence in Editing. Before becoming a freelance editor, she worked as a music recording studio professional in the Bay Area for 20 years. When not visiting her pond in Chautauqua County, New York, she lives in San Francisco.
Some favorite current editing clients include:
Gryphon Agency, San Francisco
Cultural Strategies Council, Sausalito
Neil Young Archives, Los Angeles
Chaminade University, Honolulu
IFACCA, New South Wales, Australia
Our most recently published book:
Curse of the Mummy:
Victorian Tales of Ancient Egyptian Terror
2019 Classic Reprint Edition
Edited & designed by Katie Fox, published by Fox Editing
Long before the opening of Tutankhamun’s tomb in 1922 or Boris Karloff’s film portrayal of “Imhotep” ten years later, legends of the Mummy enthralled readers of the Western world. The Gothic horror tales collected in this anthology reflect the Victorian fascination with Egypt’s oldest inhabitants.
In Curse of the Mummy, four master storytellers of the nineteenth century share gripping tales of cursed plunder and injudicious flirtations with eldritch magic.
THE MUMMY’S FOOT by Théophile Gautier
from Musée des familles, Vol. VII (1840)
AFTER THREE THOUSAND YEARS by Jane G. Austin
from Putnam’s Magazine, Vol. II (1868)
LOST IN A PYRAMID, OR THE MUMMYʻS CURSE by Louisa May Alcott
from The New World Magazine, Vol. I (1869)
LOT NO. 249 by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
from Harperʻs, Vol. LXXXV (1892)
This anthology has been newly compiled, edited and typeset. These works of fiction were collected from various digital and print editions in the public domain and are presented unabridged. The original spellings have been retained, while some archaic punctuation has been lightly modernized.