Dilin Liu (PhD in Literature and Linguistics) is Professor of English at The University of Alabama and directs the Applied Linguistics and TESL program there. An internationally recognized scholar in his field, Dilin has published more than fifty articles and books. He is a 2015 recipient of the College of Arts and Sciences Distinguished Alumni Award.
Matt Carter (PhD in Creative Writing and Composition) teaches in the Writing Program at Auburn University.
Trever Lee Holland (PhD in Literature) is Resident Faculty of English at Mohave County Community College, Kingman/Neal. Specializing in Native American literature, Trever regularly teaches courses in American Literature, Native American literature, and general literature and composition courses. His research has been published in Studies in American Indian Quarterly.
Tatsuya Fukushima (PhD in TESL/Linguistics) is Assistant Professor and Coordinator of the Japanese language program at the University of Arkansas. His research focuses on linguistic patterns of sociocultural interactions, political dialogues, and computer-mediated communication.
Brad Gambill (PhD in Creative Writing and Literature) is Associate Professor and Head of the Department of English at John Brown University.
Emily Hoffman (PhD in Creative Writing and Literature) is an Associate Professor in the Creative Writing Program at Arkansas Tech University where she teaches courses in fiction and creative non-fiction, as well as film studies.
Paula Farca (PhD in Literature) is Associate Professor of English at the Colorado School of the Mines. Along with numerous articles and book chapters, Paula has published Identity in Place: Contemporary Indigenous Fiction by Women Writers in the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand (2011) and co-authored A Student’s Guide to Nature and Human Values (2010 and 2013). Paula also edited the anthology Energy in Literature: Essays on Energy and Its Social and Environmental Implications in Twentieth and Twenty-First Century Literary Texts (2014).
Jennifer Hancock (PhD in Creative Writing and Literature) is an Assistant Professor of English at Colorado Mesa University. Jennifer's academic interests are creative writing practice and theory, contemporary American poetry, Modernism, feminist literature and history, the Harlem Renaissance and baseball literature. Her poetry has been published in journals including The Antioch Review, Spoon River Poetry Review, Third Coast, Puerto del Sol and American Poetry Review.
Scott Krych (PhD in Screen Studies) is Assistant Professor of Film and Media Studies at Colorado College. His teaching and research focuses on theoretical approaches to media and culture, with an emphasis on the relation between technology and ideology.
Michael McCamley (PhD in Rhetoric and Professional Writing) is Associate Professor of English at the University of Delaware, where he serves as Associate Director of the Writing Center. His research and teaching interests include composition pedagogy and theory, literacy studies, writing program administration, and creative writing pedagogy.
Tom Dvorske (PhD in Creative Writing and Literature) is Director of Institutional Effectiveness at Florida Polytechnic.
Lee Prescott (PhD in Literature and Screen Studies) is Professor of English at Palm Beach Atlantic, where she teaches modern literature and film. Lee is the author of Imagery from Genesis in Holocaust Memoir: A Critical Study (McFarland 2010) and many articles on autobiography and Holocaust Studies.