Emma worked for over a decade as an account and project manager, and she’s been a technical, fiction, and academic editor for even longer. She has a BA in English and Editing and an MA in Literature.
She’s equally passionate about fiction and nonfiction, with a particular soft spot for pop culture and folklore. As Editorial Director, Emma works with books from acceptance to publication—and long after. She spends countless hours, late into the night, plotting the best ways to give each author a unique path and make their stories as successful as they can be. She is also a co-editor of our yearly anthology series.
Hannah has a BA in History, has worked for several years as a freelance editor, and is an educator. She spends all her spare time escaping between the pages of a book, and a foray into editing seemed like the best way to channel that energy.
She lives in rural Virginia with her husband and four rambunctious children. As director of acquisitions, Hannah discovers new talent and acquires manuscripts for OHP. She is also the co-editor of our yearly anthology and TABC teen-author series.
Caroline has a BA in Education and a strong background in sales and event planning. She loves bringing her passions for books and marketing together in innovative ways to provide books with the best exposure possible.
When she’s not in the bookish world, Caroline loves throwing elaborate parties, playing all the sports, and spending time with her husband and two adorable children.
As Publicity Manager, Caroline works with authors in their publicity, marketing, and events. She’s also leading OHP’s ongoing efforts to build relationships with bookstores, foreign rights, and distribution channels.
Olivia picked up an inherent sense of grammar and storyline from a childhood spent reading the works (and worlds) of Jane Yolen, Roald Dahl, Avi, Tamora Pierce, T. A. Barron, and others—usually multiple times. Formal classes in grammar, organization, and style at Brigham Young University solidified her knowledge of character, scene, plot, and world development.
Since graduating with a minor in editing in 2013, Olivia has worked with authors to edit more than 80 novels, a handful of memoirs, and a few dissertations in a variety of fields. When she’s not reading the latest fantasy or The Economist, you can find her running the hills of Pittsburgh, traveling with her husband, or eating donuts.
As a content editor, Olivia is on a team with authors to make their dialogues, plots, worlds, and characters fit together to make the best story possible.
Jamie is a writer and college student from the Pacific Northwest. She loves exploring the world, both in real life and through fiction. She originally worked with Owl Hollow Press when her short story “The Night the Ship Went Down” was published in their first all-teen anthology. She has even further embraced her affinity for pirates and the publishing process since.
There are few things Jamie is more passionate about than supporting diverse stories. She believes that with enough coffee anything is possible, and that good literature is an essential ingredient to a happy life.
As Publishing Assistant, Jamie is a friendly, book-savvy superstar who loves supporting and encouraging our authors and community. She works with the team to manage the day-to-day workflow of projects and acts as liaison within the flock. As Jamie so eloquently established: “She is an owl, not a carrier pigeon!”