She lives in a 1930s cottage in a woodsy pocket of the San Fernando Valley, and earns her book money managing interactive media systems for a major motion picture studio.
Paula is designer-in-residence for Renaissance: The Elizabethan World and Life in Elizabethan England: A Compendium of Common Knowledge 1558-1603. She also created Elizabethan Blackwork: The Blackwork Embroidery Archives, a collection of free patterns based on historical sources. [Visit Paula's Home Page, or drop pkm your comments at BestoflLegends.org.]
Legends has been hand-built in Home Site since 1997 (now available from Macromedia).
Many of the illustrations are based on originals in the archives at ArtToday, now part of Jupiter Media's ClipArt.com [www.clipart.com], and from collections available through The Scriptorium. Appropriate licensing fees have been paid for these and other source graphics, which are used with permission. Some public domain illustrations are scanned from volumes in the editor's collection.
Graphic manipulations are done in Paint Shop Pro unless other otherwise indicated (see the Notes for detailed information on graphics processing and information on individual illustrations).
All material in Legends is copyright 1997-2007 by Paula Katherine Marmor, except the essay "Into the Woods", copyright 1998 by Donald G. Keller. Photo on this page copyright 2004 Glen Blankenship. Material quoted from other sites falls within "fair use" guidelines or is used by permission. Please credit Legends (and the original source, if any) when quoting from this site.