Janeen Webb is a multiple award-winning author, editor and critic who has written or edited 10 books and more than a hundred essays and stories. She is a recipient of the World Fantasy Award, the Aurealis Award, the Peter MacNamara SF Lifetime Achievement Award, and is a three-time winner of the Ditmar Award.

She is internationally recognised for her critical work in speculative fiction and has contributed to most of the standard reference texts in the field. She holds a PhD in Literature from the University of Newcastle, and lives on a small farm overlooking the sea near Wilson’s Promontory.

“Janeen Webb is an awesome talent who I’ve held in great respect for a number of years, ever since I first read ‘Death at the Blue Elephant’,” Ticonderoga Editor Russell B Farr said.
“She’s also a marvellous person, a genuine powerhouse, and we’re thrilled to be able to work with her.”

Praise for her latest book, Death at the Blue Elephant published in 2014, by Ticonderoga Publications.

“There’s magic here, and illusion, and strange wonders that’ll surprise and delight.” — Robert Shearman

“Exotic, cunning—often funny—and now and then edges to cut yourself on.” — Tanith Lee

“Gloriously adult, these stories will transport you—but they’ll never drop you home.” — Anna Tambour

“Janeen Webb’s assemblage of angels, aliens, devils and assorted revenants bring with them compassion and settings rich and exotic where even the mundanity of our everyday world is imbued with a sparkle rarely glimpsed in the hands of lesser writers.” — Peter Crowther