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Founder and Editor: Sean Scanlan, Associate Professor of English, New York City College of Technology, The City University of New York 


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Assistant Editor: Lucas Kwong, Associate Professor of English, New York City College of Technology, The City University of New York

  Lucas Kwong, Asst Prof of English, City Tech 

  Email: LK[email protected]


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Editorial Board:


David Banash, Western Illinois University (literature)

Eric Bergesen, Martlet Advisors, LLC (humanities)

Bartholomew Brinkman, Framingham State University (poetry, print culture, digital humanities)

Melissa Bradshaw, Loyola University Chicago (modern poetry, material culture, women’s writing, celebrity studies, lgbtqi studies)

Mark Bruce, Bethel University (literature)

Johannes Burgers, Queensborough Community College (modernism, Jewish studies, critical race theory)

Tom Burke, TowerData, Inc (technology)

Jeff Carlson, Independent Scholar (literature and culture)

Michael Chasar, Willamette University (poetry and popular culture)

Eric Colvard, Wayne State College (history)

J.P. Craig, Alabama State University (literature)

Jacob Crane, Bentley University (Diaspora/Black Atlantic Studies; Nineteenth-century, African American, and Jewish American Literature)​​​​​

Brian Deutschendorf, University of Iowa (literature)

Mark Dowdy, San Jose State University (literature)

Jen Dutton, children’s book author (literature)

Matthew Eatough, Baruch College (postcolonial literature, modernism, African literature)

Jason W. Ellis, New York City College of Technology (science fiction, computers, and the brain)

Samuel B. Fee, Washington and Jefferson College (computing and information studies)

Tara Robbins Fee, Washington and Jefferson College (English)

Hugh Ferrer, University of Iowa (International Writing Program)

Ruth Garcia, New York City College of Technology (Eighteenth-century literature, women’s writing, cultural studies)

Caroline Gelmi, University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth (literature and communication)

Michael Germana, West Virginia University (literature)

Erin J. Kappeler, Long-Term NEH Fellow, Massachusetts Historical Society (poetry, poetics, prosody)

Adeline Koh, Independent Scholar (postcolonial studies, literature)

John Loughlin, Independent Scholar (film and cinematography)

Sara Marks, University of Massachusetts Lowell (communication, libraries & information science)

Kembrew McLeod, University of Iowa (communication)

Sam Metta-Bexar, Arizona Western College (communication, English)

Matt Miller, Yeshiva University (literature)

Tram Nguyen, Hostos Community College (modernism and women's writing)

Dianna Niebylski,  University of Illinois, Chicago (Latin American literature and culture, gender studies)

Patrick O’Connor, Massachusetts College of Art and Design (film and technology)

Jacqueline O’Dell, University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth (American literature and popular culture)

Cheeni Rao, novelist, Iowa City Book Doctors (writing)

Danny Sexton, Queensborough Community College (Victorian literature, science fiction, gender, and masculinity studies)

Jennifer Sherer, University of Iowa Labor Center (humanities)

Jeffrey Swenson, Hiram College (English)

Ingrid Walker, University of Washington, Tacoma (American cultures)

Angela Warfield, St. Louis Community College (literature)

Sasha Waters Freyer, Virginia Commonwealth University (film and video production)

Keith Wilhite, Siena College (American literature)