Andrea Frankwitz (PhD in Literature) is a Professor of English at Gordon College, where she specializes in Early American Literature.
Deborah Carmichael (PhD in Screen Studies) is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Writing Rhetoric and American Culture at Michigan State University, where she also serves as managing editor of The Journal of Popular Culture. Deborah is the co-editor of All-Stars and Movie Stars: Sports in Film and History (University Press of Kentucky, 2008) and editor of The Landscape of Hollywood Westerns: Ecocriticism in an American Film Genre (University of Utah Press, 2006).
James Brubaker (PhD in Creative Writing and Composition) is an Assistant Professor of Creative Writing at Southeast Missouri State University. His story collection Liner Notes won the 2013 Subito Press Book Prize for Prose and was published in November 2014; Black Magic Death Sphere: (Science) Fictions won the 2014 Pressgang Prize and will be published in November 2015.
Autumn Finley (PhD in Literature) is teaching at Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar, MO.
Lyn Gattis (PhD in Professional Writing) is Associate Professor of English at Missouri State University, where she specializes in document design, content management, and cross-cultural communication.
David Wright (PhD in Professional Writing) is Associate Professor of English and Technical Communication at Missouri University of Science and Technology.
Haeson Kwon (PhD in Creative Writing) teaches at Little Priest Tribal College.
Monique Ferrell (PhD in Creative Writing and Literature) is a Professor of English at New York City College of Technology. In addition to editing several anthologies of literature, she is the author of three books of poetry: Atraversiamo (NYQ Books, 2015), Unsteady (NYQ Books, 2011), and Black Body Parts (Cross Roas Press, 2002).
Jerry Williams (PhD in Creative Writing and Literature) is an Associate Professor of Creative Writing at Marymount Manhattan College, where he also directs the undergraduate minor in Creative Writing. Carnegie Mellon University Press published his first collection of poems, Casino of the Sun, in 2003, and his second, Admission, in 2010. The Overlook Press published his anthology of breakup and divorce poetry, It's Not You, It's Me, in 2010.
Donia Kovalik (PhD in TESL/Linguistics) is an Associate Professor of Education at Winston-Salem University.
Ludovic Kovalik (PhD in TESL/Linguistics) is an Associate Professor in the Department of Education at Winston-Salem University.
Jay Whitaker (PhD in Literature) is an Instructor of English at Coastal Carolina Community College.