Anne Horowitz is a Brooklyn-based freelance book editor. From 2006 to 2010, she was an editor at Soft Skull Press/Counterpoint, where she acquired and edited a range of fiction and nonfiction titles, including (fiction) Bummer by Janice Shapiro (funny, big-hearted stories about women at moments of crisis), The Colony by Jillian Weise (a razor-smart novel about disability, medical ethics, and eugenics), and Confessions of a Teenage Jesus Jerk by Tony DuShane (a hilarious coming-of-age story about growing up as a Jehovah’s Witness); and (nonfiction) Hos, Hookers, Call Girls, and Rent Boys by David Henry Sterry and Richard Martin (an anthology of writings by sex workers), Live Nude Elf by Reverend Jen (the New York art star’s memoir, based on her sex column for Nerve), Secrets and Wives by Sanjiv Bhattacharya (investigative journalism into polygamy among Mormon subgroups), Buskers by Heth and Jed Weinstein (a memoir by two NYC subway musicians), and Dear Dawn (a collection of death row correspondence by the late Aileen Wuornos, on whom the movie Monster was based).

A freelance editor since 2010, Anne works with numerous publishers, literary agents, and individual authors as both a developmental editor and a copyeditor. Her clients include independent presses such as Seal Press (developmental editing on books by Elizabeth Enslin, Kara Richardson Whitely, Shawna Kenney, Amy Ragsdale, and Sherry Amatenstein), Creative Nonfiction/In Fact Books (developmental editing on anthologies about teachers and mental health), Tin House Books (copyediting on books by Christopher Beha, Adam BraverDana Cann, Pamela Erens, Claire FullerSonya Lea, Jennifer PashleyNancy Reisman, Kevin SampsellAlexis SmithMatthew Specktor, Darcey Steinke, and others), The ExperimentGrove/AtlanticIg PublishingMilkweed EditionsHal Leonard Corporation, and Library Journal.

Anne is also an editor and part-time associate working with the literary agent Reneé Zuckerbrot at Massie & McQuilkin. She is a mentor for the Emerging Writers Fellowship Program at the Center for Fiction and has joined Think Write Publish, a collaboration between Arizona State University and Creative Nonfiction, as a mentor for 2016–18. She is a member of PEN America and the Editorial Freelancers Association. You can read more about her here.