Publisher, Fiction & Poetry Editor
jan (at) cinnamonpress.com
Jan has been a teacher, feminist theologian, priest and charity director. She’s tutored creative writing courses across Europe and her books include the novels This Is the End of the Story and A Remedy for All Things, and poetry, Stale Bread & Miracles and Slate Voices. She blogs at www.janfortune.com where she also develops writing courses. Jan loves to cook, do yoga, read voraciously, hang out with family, drink kombucha and travel slowly. Jan takes care of launches and events, book promotions, mentoring, funding, competitions, author liaison and a whole mass of editing.
Design, Communications, Fiction Editor & Liquorice Fish imprint.
adam (at) cinnamonpress.com
Adam has published two novels (Vitus Dreams and In Dreams the Minotaur Appears Last), a short story collection (High City Walk, short listed for the Saboteur Award) and a prose poetry sequence (Year W). He keeps us musically educated, bakes bread and is chief servant to Freyja, the Cinnamon cat. Adam has over thirty years experience in design and photography, having not only worked in the music industry and spoken word circuit but in the public and voluntary sectors, tourism and professional training, producing everything from CD and demo tape covers, logos and gig posters to websites, leaflets, guidebooks, interpretation boards, maps, newsletters, button badges, reports, training manuals and (perhaps his proudest moment) a series of hi-res, to-scale 'artist's impressions' of a new superloo tastefully integrated into a dozen proposed locations around the centre of a Warwickshire village. Something to be flushed with success over… When not working as the commissioning editor of Cinnamon's Liquorice Fish imprint, Adam keeps the newsletters rolling out, the flyers, posters and postcards up to date, the bibliographic data uploaded in a timely fashion and designs our eBooks and all of our gorgeous covers.
Michelle Angharad Pashley
michelle (at) cinnamonpress.com
Michelle has an MPhil in Endocrinology and a PhD in Genetic Misconceptions. She lectured in Biological Sciences, publishing several articles on platelet function. She moved to North Wales in 2002 and worked as a child support worker with Gwynedd Council for 8 years, finally retiring in 2011 to write full-time. Her first novel, Black Sheep Cottage, has been widely reviewed and enthusiastically received. A follow-up, The Remains of the Dead, was published in 2018 and we are eagerly awaiting her 2019 title, Never to Be Told. Michelle gets all your direct orders to you and makes sure we’re up to date with author information and stock control.
seth (at) cinnamonpress.com
Seth has a first class BA in film production & an MA in creative writing. He’s working on a mammoth exploratory fiction series between weight training, sampling craft beers with Adam and brewing slow drip coffee to serve with banana oat pancakes at crew meetings. He assists with orders, post runs, competitions, recording events and a million essential tasks that keep us running.