Bethany Fair is a writer, reviewer, and archivist currently working as Associate Manager for Digital Licensing at Perseus Books. She holds an M.A. in History from Simmons College, an M.S. in Library Science from Simmons College and a B.A. in English Literature from the University of Florida. Her most recent nonfiction research pertains to the proliferation of global jihadi movements and neofundamnetalism with a specific emphasis on post-9/11 terror organizations. Her thesis, “Non-Places & Neofundamentalism: Mohamed Atta’s Quest to Reconstitute Anthropological Space,” has won several student research awards and is in the process of being adapted for trade publication. In addition to writing, she also works as an archives and records management consultant in the Boston area specializing in digital records appraisal and oral history documentation.