New Jersey-born Elizabeth Foxwell is the managing editor of _Clues: A Journal of Detection_, the oldest US scholarly journal on mystery/detective/crime fiction, and editor of the McFarland Companions to Mystery Fiction series. She has edited several mystery anthologies, writes frequently on mystery history, and reviews mysteries for _Publishers Weekly_. She also edited _In Their Own Words: American Women in World War I_ (2015) and coauthored _The Robert B. Parker Companion_ (2005). Foxwell lives outside of Washington, DC.
Awards and Recognition
- Agatha Award winner, Best Short Story ("No Man's Land")
- Anthony Award nominee, Best Anthology (_Malice Domestic 9_)
- Macavity Award nominee, Best Short Story ("No Man's Land")
- George N. Dove Award recipient, for contributions to the serious study of mystery/detective/crime fiction, Detective/Mystery Caucus, Popular Culture Assn