Christina Broomfield

Christina Broomfield is the Technology and Training Librarian at the Rochester Regional Library Council and the Projects Coordinator at the Empire State Library Network. She has a Master’s Degree in Library and Information Science and a Certificate of Advanced Study in Cultural Heritage Preservation from Syracuse University. She received her bachelor’s degree in English Literature and Art History from the State University of New York at Geneseo.

renée c. hoogland

renée c. hoogland is Professor of English at Wayne State University in Detroit. She is the author of three books: A Violent Embrace: Art and Aesthetics after Representation ( 2014); Lesbian Configurations . (1997); and Elizabeth Bowen: A Reputation in Writing (1994). She is the editor of Criticism: A Quarterly for Literature and the Arts , and edited the first volume of Macmillan Interdisciplinary Handbooks on Gender: Sources, Perspectives, and...

Matt Huben

Matt Huben is a writer and visual artist who received his Bachelor of the Arts in English Literature from The State University of New York at Geneseo. His multimedia artwork seeks to scrutinize both traditional societal behavioral patterns, as well as the commodification of time & attention. He originally hails from and currently resides in Buffalo, NY.

Jeremy A. Jackson

Jeremy A. Jackson is an alumnus of SUNY Geneseo and current student at the University of Maryland – College Park where he is pursuing a Master of Arts in English Literature with certification in Critical Theory. His academic focus is in contemporary African American literature, specifically Afro-Surrealism, modern re-imaginings of slave narratives, and the intersectionality of jazz literature and complex mathematics. He recently presented his work “Making Tomorrow[?]: Zone One...

Beth A. McCoy

Beth A. McCoy is SUNY Distinguished Teaching Professor of English at SUNY Geneseo. Her work appears in such journals as PMLA , Contemporary Literature , African American Literature , and College English . Recently, her essay titled “The Archive of the Archive of the Archive: The FEMA Signs of Post-Katrina New Orleans and the Vévés of Vodoun” appears in The Year’s Work in the Oddball Archive (2015). She is at...

Olivia Meikle

Olivia Meikle received an MA in English Literature and the Women's and Gender Studies Certificate from the University of Colorado at Boulder in May, 2017. Her current book project focuses on the writings of the British and American women who worked in early twentieth-century China as entertainers, especially in the notorious Shanghai nightclubs of the 1930s. She is also the author of Around the World in 80 Diapers, a popular...

Tim Moriarty

Tim Moriarty is wandering around Chicago and trying to write something worthwhile. Tim studied at SUNY Geneseo and Roosevelt University. This is Tim's first publication.

Milo Obourn

Milo Obourn is Associate Professor of English and Interim Assistant Provost for Diversity at The College at Brockport, SUNY. Their research interests include US literatures, critical race theory, gender and sexuality, disability studies, psychoanalysis, and trauma studies. They are the author of Reconstituting Americans: Liberal Multiculturalism and Identity Difference in Post-1960s US Literature (2011; Palgrave). Their work has also appeared in MELUS; American Literature; Twentieth-Century Literature; Contemporary Literature; and Psychoanalysis,...

Gregory J. Palermo

Gregory J. Palermo is a PhD Student in English at Northeastern University, concentrating in rhetoric and digital humanities. He currently serves as a research assistant to the Digital Scholarship Group at Northeastern University Libraries and a research and teaching assistant in Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. His interests in computational text analysis, citation across discplines, and digital literacies are informed by his experience with the affordances and limitations of (mining)...

Robin Silbergleid

Robin Silbergleid is associate professor of English and core faculty in the Center for Gender in Global Context at Michigan State University. She is the author of *The Baby Book* and the memoir *Texas Girl* as well as co-editor (with Kristina Quynn) of *Reading and Writing Experimental Texts: Critical Innovations*. Her creative work focuses on issues of domesticity, single motherhood, and reproductive loss; she collaborates with the art, oral, history...

Melissa Ann Smith

Melissa Smith is a teacher in the greater Rochester, New York, area. She completed both her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees at State University of New York at Geneseo. Smith is currently certified in reading and literacy, childhood and special education. She is interested in writing children’s narratives and aspires to earn a doctorate in Educational Leadership. In addition to writing and teaching, Smith enjoys hockey, cosmetology and spending time with...

Mary Thompson

Mary Thompson is Associate Professor of English at James Madison University, where she is also the coordinator of the Women's and Gender Studies Program. Her research explores popular and literary representations of reproductive justice issues and has appeared in _Frontiers_, _Feminist Media Studies_, and _New Maternalisms: Tales of Motherwork (Dislodging the Unthinkable)_ (Demeter Press 2016), _Motherhood at the 21st Century: Policy, Experience, Identity, Agency_ (Columbia UP 2010), _Interrogating Reproductive Loss:...

Justin M. Turner

Justin M. Turner is a graduate of the Rochester Institute of Technology and SUNY Geneseo. He lives in Savannah, Georgia where he has been working with FEMA and associated organizations to help restore the coastal region after the effects of Hurricane Matthew.

Danielle M. Ward

Danielle M. Ward recently received her Master of Science degree from the Department of Geography at the University of Utah. Her interest in the archives of human history has influenced her current research, which reconstructs past climate change, and its effect on native populations in Utah.

Marjorie Worthington

Marjorie Worthington is Professor of English and Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies at Eastern Illinois University. Her work has appeared in journals such as Papers on Language and Literature , The Journal of Narrative Theory , LIT: Literature, Interpretation, Theory and Studies in the Novel . She is in the process of completing a book-length project on American autofiction.