Margaret Richardson has been writing about art and design since the early 1980s. A frequent contributor to Print magazine, Richardson was also senior editor of How magazine in its early years. In 1990, Richardson became editor of U&lc, subsequently becoming editor and publisher. U&lc during her editorship received many awards, and her work has been documented in design periodicals and books including Steven Heller and Theresa Fernandes' Magazines Inside and Out. Richardson's most recent book, Type Graphics, published by Rockport Publishers, will be released this month. Richardson lives in Portland, OR and teaches the History of Modern Design Class at Portland State University.