Janiss Garza is an author and is the head of indie company FitCat Publishing. She has alternated between writing and editing for over 25 years, first in the world of rock journalism and later on in the fields of vintage film, fitness and cats. She learned the craft of editing at Music Connection magazine, was senior editor for seven years at RIP, arguably the best hard music magazine of the late 1980s and 1990s, and copy edited for the bilingual style magazine Estylo. Her writing credits include stories for the Los Angeles Times, L.A. Weekly, Entertainment Weekly, the Allmovie Guide online, Yahoo Music, Cat Fancy, Catster.com, CatChannel.com and the award-winning blog, Sparklecat.com. Janiss is the co-author of White Line Fever with Lemmy Kilmister, and ghostwriter for Sparkle the Designer Cat’s two books, Dear Sparkle: Advice From One Cat to Another and Dear Sparkle: Cat-to-Cat Advice From the World’s Foremost Feline Columnist. When she isn’t writing or editing, Janiss takes photographs, which she often manipulates with digital art tools.