Miriam Zach, Music Editor, holds degrees from Northwestern University, the University of Chicago, and the University of Florida. When she is not working on books about women composers (she is the founder and director of the International Women Composers Library), Miriam teaches music & health courses in the Honors Department at the University of Florida. She also maintains her own music studio where she teaches piano, harpsichord, and pipe organ.
She recently published a book about the latest acquisition for the International Women Composers Library, a four-rank one-manual portable prototype pipe organ, Opus 28, aka Emily, designed and built by the premier organ builder A. David Moore who is based in Pomfret, Vermont. The book is now available through Hog Press.
Peer Review Readers
Any manuscript flying in through our transom is stripped of any identifiable author information and sent to at least two peer reviewers who respond with their assessments/recommendations of the text. The chief editor then compiles the findings and sends them back to the author(s) with either a positive (publish) or negative (don’t publish) evaluation. Often times the answer is “don’t publish yet but continue to improve the text.”