Meet our Faculty

The Boise State University English Department boasts the largest number of faculty on campus. Learn more about each faculty member below and read about their recent publications and upcoming events.

Faculty

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    Edward "Mac" Test

    Professor, Department Chair

    Ph.D. in English Literature, University of California, Santa Barbara

    Mac spent 13 years on the high seas as a fisherman, and is known for regaling his students with great sea tales. Now in his second career, Mac is an enthusiastic Renaissance scholar and translator of Spanish.

    Ph.D. in English Literature, University of California, Santa Barbara

    Mac spent 13 years on the high seas as a fisherman, and is known for regaling his students with great sea tales. Now in his second career, Mac is an enthusiastic Renaissance scholar and translator of Spanish.

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    Casey Keck

    Associate Professor, Associate Chair

    Ph.D. in Applied Linguistics, Northern Arizona University

    Interests: Computer-based methods of discourse analysis, communicative strategies in academic writing, second language acquisition and pedagogy

    Ph.D. in Applied Linguistics, Northern Arizona University

    Interests: Computer-based methods of discourse analysis, communicative strategies in academic writing, second language acquisition and pedagogy

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    Whitney Douglas

    Associate Professor, Associate Chair

    Ph.D. in English, Rhetoric and Composition, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

    Interests: Community literacy, feminist rhetorics, disability rhetorics

    Ph.D. in English, Rhetoric and Composition, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

    Interests: Community literacy, feminist rhetorics, disability rhetorics

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    Gautam Basu Thakur

    Associate Professor, Director of Critical Theory

    Ph.D. in Comparative Literature, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

    Freudian-Lacanian Psychoanalysis; Critical Theory; Postcolonial Studies, British Literature of the Empire; World Cinema

    Ph.D. in Comparative Literature, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

    Freudian-Lacanian Psychoanalysis; Critical Theory; Postcolonial Studies, British Literature of the Empire; World Cinema

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    Jennifer Black

    Lecturer

    Ph.D. in Renaissance Studies, Boston University

    Interests: Shakespeare, online teaching, Renaissance literature, English composition, higher education

    Ph.D. in Renaissance Studies, Boston University

    Interests: Shakespeare, online teaching, Renaissance literature, English composition, higher education

  • Boggs

    Kyle Boggs

    Assistant Professor

    Ph.D. in Rhetoric, Composition, and the Teaching of English, University of Arizona

    Interests: Writing studies, place-based pedagogies, cultural and environmental rhetorics, gender studies, settler colonial studies

    Ph.D. in Rhetoric, Composition, and the Teaching of English, University of Arizona

    Interests: Writing studies, place-based pedagogies, cultural and environmental rhetorics, gender studies, settler colonial studies

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    Margaret Bundy

    Lecturer, Director of Technology and Web Presence

    M.A. in English, Rhetoric and Composition, Arizona State University

    Interests: Community literacy, working-class rhetoric, technical communication, first-year writing

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    M.A. in English, Rhetoric and Composition, Arizona State University

    Interests: Community literacy, working-class rhetoric, technical communication, first-year writing

  • Campbell

    Ann Campbell

    Professor, Director of B.A. in Literature Emphasis

    Ph.D. in English, Emory University

    Interests: Marriage and family in British eighteenth-century novels, development of the novel from the eighteenth century forward

    Ph.D. in English, Emory University

    Interests: Marriage and family in British eighteenth-century novels, development of the novel from the eighteenth century forward

  • Carter-Cram

    Kim Carter-Cram

    Lecturer

    Ph.D. in French, University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA)

    Interests: 20th century literature, women’s autobiography, French language, philosophy

    Ph.D. in French, University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA)

    Interests: 20th century literature, women’s autobiography, French language, philosophy

  • Chastaine

    Lori Chastaine

    Lecturer

    M.A. in English, Creative Writing Emphasis, Boise State University

    Interests: First-year writing, creative non-fiction, genre, writing and transfer

    M.A. in English, Creative Writing Emphasis, Boise State University

    Interests: First-year writing, creative non-fiction, genre, writing and transfer

  • Clare

    Ralph Clare

    Associate Professor

    Ph.D. in English Literature, Stony Brook University (SUNY, Stony Brook)

    Interests: 20th and 21st C. American Literature and Culture, Post-45, Film, Marxism and Post-Marxism, Economic approaches to literature, the New Materialisms

    Ph.D. in English Literature, Stony Brook University (SUNY, Stony Brook)

    Interests: 20th and 21st C. American Literature and Culture, Post-45, Film, Marxism and Post-Marxism, Economic approaches to literature, the New Materialisms

  • Cook

    Elizabeth Marie Cook

    Lecturer

    M.A. in English, Boise State University

    Interests: Medieval literature, art and fashion history

    M.A. in English, Boise State University

    Interests: Medieval literature, art and fashion history

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    Stephanie Cox

    Lecturer

    M.A. in English and American Literature with an Emphasis in Creative Writing, Kansas State University

    Interests: Online pedagogy, collaborative learning, creative nonfiction

    M.A. in English and American Literature with an Emphasis in Creative Writing, Kansas State University

    Interests: Online pedagogy, collaborative learning, creative nonfiction

  • Drew

    Julia Geist Drew

    Lecturer

    M.A., TESOL, School for International Training

    Interests: Teaching English writing to multilingual students

    M.A., TESOL, School for International Training

    Interests: Teaching English writing to multilingual students

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    Heidi Estrem

    Professor, Director of the First-Year Writing Program

    Ph.D. in Rhetoric and Composition, University of Nevada, Reno

    Interests: First-year writing, writing pedagogy, writing program administration, writing and transfer

    Ph.D. in Rhetoric and Composition, University of Nevada, Reno

    Interests: First-year writing, writing pedagogy, writing program administration, writing and transfer

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    Jim Fredricksen

    Associate Professor, Director of English Teaching

    Ph.D. in Curriculum, Teaching, and Educational Policy, Michigan State University

    Interests: The ways in which teachers learn, especially in communities such as the classroom, school, or professional networks

    Ph.D. in Curriculum, Teaching, and Educational Policy, Michigan State University

    Interests: The ways in which teachers learn, especially in communities such as the classroom, school, or professional networks

  • Hansen

    Matthew Hansen

    Professor

    Ph.D. in English Literature, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

    Interests: Shakespeare, Renaissance drama, Renaissance poetry and prose, performance theory, scholarship of teaching & learning, scholarship of engagement

    Ph.D. in English Literature, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

    Interests: Shakespeare, Renaissance drama, Renaissance poetry and prose, performance theory, scholarship of teaching & learning, scholarship of engagement

  • Harvey

    Samantha Harvey

    Professor

    Ph.D. in English Literature, Cambridge University

    Dr. Harvey’s teaching and research interests include nineteenth-century British poetry and prose, transatlantic Romanticism, and the environmental humanities. She is the organizer and host of The Idea of Nature lecture series.

    Ph.D. in English Literature, Cambridge University

    Dr. Harvey’s teaching and research interests include nineteenth-century British poetry and prose, transatlantic Romanticism, and the environmental humanities. She is the organizer and host of The Idea of Nature lecture series.

  • Heney

    Jill Heney

    Lecturer

    M.A. in English, Literature and Creative Writing Emphases, Boise State University

    Interests: Creative nonfiction, digital writing pedagogies, geospatial humanities, and the literature of the American West

    M.A. in English, Literature and Creative Writing Emphases, Boise State University

    Interests: Creative nonfiction, digital writing pedagogies, geospatial humanities, and the literature of the American West

  • Hillard

    Tom J. Hillard

    Associate Professor

    Ph.D. in English, University of Arizona

    Interests: Early American and 19th-century American literature, ecocriticism/literature and the environment, Gothic literature

    Ph.D. in English, University of Arizona

    Interests: Early American and 19th-century American literature, ecocriticism/literature and the environment, Gothic literature

  • Hindrichs

    Cheryl Hindrichs

    Associate Professor

    Ph.D. in English, The Ohio State University

    Interests: Twentieth-century British literature; literary criticism and theory; modernist, gender, film, and disability studies; World War One and the Influenza Pandemic

    Ph.D. in English, The Ohio State University

    Interests: Twentieth-century British literature; literary criticism and theory; modernist, gender, film, and disability studies; World War One and the Influenza Pandemic

  • Hitesman

    Tiffany Hitesman

    Lecturer

    M.A. in English with an Emphasis in Literature, Boise State University
    Interests: ePortfolios, identity politics, developmental writing, narrative nonfiction

    M.A. in English with an Emphasis in Literature, Boise State University
    Interests: ePortfolios, identity politics, developmental writing, narrative nonfiction

  • Jenkins-Fletcher

    Kenya Jenkins Fletcher

    Lecturer

    M.A. in English, Boise State University

    Interests: First-year writing, creative nonfiction, poetry

    M.A. in English, Boise State University

    Interests: First-year writing, creative nonfiction, poetry

  • Keith

    Melissa Keith

    Lecturer, Director of the Writing Center

    M.A. in English, Rhetoric and Composition, Boise State University

    Interests: Basic writing, digital rhetoric, online writing instruction, writing across the curriculum

    M.A. in English, Rhetoric and Composition, Boise State University

    Interests: Basic writing, digital rhetoric, online writing instruction, writing across the curriculum

  • Kuchta

    Lana Kuchta

    Lecturer

    M.A. in English, Rhetoric and Composition, Boise State University

    Interests: First-year writing

    M.A. in English, Rhetoric and Composition, Boise State University

    Interests: First-year writing

  • Barnes

    Elizabeth Lester Barnes

    Lecturer

    M.F.A. in Creative Writing, Boise State University

    Interests: Community building, social justice, the pursuit of creativity, experiential and active learning

    M.F.A. in Creative Writing, Boise State University

    Interests: Community building, social justice, the pursuit of creativity, experiential and active learning

  • Macklin

    Ti Macklin

    Lecturer

    Ph.D. in Rhetoric and Composition, Washington State University

    Interests: First-year writing, writing pedagogy, writing assessment, service learning, community literacy

    Ph.D. in Rhetoric and Composition, Washington State University

    Interests: First-year writing, writing pedagogy, writing assessment, service learning, community literacy

  • Mallette

    Jenn Mallette

    Assistant Professor

    Ph.D. in English with Emphasis in Rhetoric and Composition, University of Arkansas

    Interests: Gendered experience on writing and professional identities in engineering disciplines, rhetoric of science, feminist science and feminist composition, public science

    Ph.D. in English with Emphasis in Rhetoric and Composition, University of Arkansas

    Interests: Gendered experience on writing and professional identities in engineering disciplines, rhetoric of science, feminist science and feminist composition, public science

  • Moneyhun

    Clyde Moneyhun

    Professor, Director of B.A. in Writing, Rhetoric, and Technical Communication Emphasis

    Ph.D. in Rhetoric, Composition, and the Teaching of English, University of Arizona

    Interests: Composition theory, rhetorical theory, critical theory, translation theory and practice.

    Ph.D. in Rhetoric, Composition, and the Teaching of English, University of Arizona

    Interests: Composition theory, rhetorical theory, critical theory, translation theory and practice.

  • Mukherjee

    Reshmi Mukherjee

    Assistant Professor

    Ph.D. in Comparative and World Literature, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

    Interests: Global Anglophone and Francophone literature of South Asia and Africa, gender studies, postcolonial theory, biopolitics, refugee studies

    Ph.D. in Comparative and World Literature, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

    Interests: Global Anglophone and Francophone literature of South Asia and Africa, gender studies, postcolonial theory, biopolitics, refugee studies

  • Munger

    Roger Munger

    Professor, Director of Technical Communication

    Ph.D. in Communication and Rhetoric, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

    Interests: Universal design & accessibility, data visualization, student-athlete welfare & academic success, and leadership

    Ph.D. in Communication and Rhetoric, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

    Interests: Universal design & accessibility, data visualization, student-athlete welfare & academic success, and leadership

  • Myers

    Kelly Myers

    Assistant Professor, Director of Beyond the Major

    Ph.D. in Rhetoric, Composition, and the Teaching of English, University of Arizona

    Interests: Argument, nonfiction and creative nonfiction writing, rhetorical theories, kairos and metanoia

    Ph.D. in Rhetoric, Composition, and the Teaching of English, University of Arizona

    Interests: Argument, nonfiction and creative nonfiction writing, rhetorical theories, kairos and metanoia

  • Naylor

    Heidi Naylor

    Lecturer, Social Media Specialist (Technology Committee)

    M.F.A. in Fiction Writing, Boise State University

    Interests: Technical writing, fiction and features writing, editing, advocacy

    M.F.A. in Fiction Writing, Boise State University

    Interests: Technical writing, fiction and features writing, editing, advocacy

  • Nogle

    Christi Nogle

    Lecturer

    M.A. in English Literature, Boise State University

    Interests: First-year writing, contemporary literary and genre fiction

    M.A. in English Literature, Boise State University

    Interests: First-year writing, contemporary literary and genre fiction

  • Jackie O'Connor

    Jacqueline O'Connor

    Distinguished Professor

    Ph.D. in English, University of California at Davis

    Interests: American drama, Tennessee Williams, 20th/21st-century American literature, law and humanities

    Ph.D. in English, University of California at Davis

    Interests: American drama, Tennessee Williams, 20th/21st-century American literature, law and humanities

  • Olsen-Smith

    Steven Olsen-Smith

    Professor

    Ph.D. in English, University of Delaware

    Interests: Melville and Whitman, early and 19th-Century American literature, digital applications and approaches in literary studies

    Ph.D. in English, University of Delaware

    Interests: Melville and Whitman, early and 19th-Century American literature, digital applications and approaches in literary studies

  • Payne

    Michelle Payne

    Professor, Assistant Provost for Leadership and Faculty Affairs

    Ph.D. in English, Composition and Literature, University of New Hampshire

    Interests: Nonfiction writing, first-year composition, theories of rhetoric and composition, feminist literary theory, research methods in composition and rhetoric

    Ph.D. in English, Composition and Literature, University of New Hampshire

    Interests: Nonfiction writing, first-year composition, theories of rhetoric and composition, feminist literary theory, research methods in composition and rhetoric

  • Penry

    Tara Penry

    Professor

    Ph.D. in English, Fordham University

    Interests: Nineteenth-century literary periodicals of the U.S.; literary history of affect in the West; literature of the California Gold Rush; sentimentalism, gender, and popular culture

    Ph.D. in English, Fordham University

    Interests: Nineteenth-century literary periodicals of the U.S.; literary history of affect in the West; literature of the California Gold Rush; sentimentalism, gender, and popular culture

  • Purdy

    Debra Purdy

    Lecturer, Internship Coordinator

    M.A. in Technical Communication, Boise State University

    Interests: Audience analysis, usability testing, oral presentations, resume writing, visual rhetoric

    M.A. in Technical Communication, Boise State University

    Interests: Audience analysis, usability testing, oral presentations, resume writing, visual rhetoric

  • Ramirez

    Dora Ramirez

    Professor, Director of M.A. in English, Literature and M.A. in English, Rhetoric and Composition

    Ph.D. in Ethnic Literature, New Mexico State University

    Interests: Chicana/o literature and rhetoric, 19th Century and contemporary ethnic literature, women’s studies, film studies

    Ph.D. in Ethnic Literature, New Mexico State University

    Interests: Chicana/o literature and rhetoric, 19th Century and contemporary ethnic literature, women’s studies, film studies

  • Roser

    Jan Roser

    Lecturer

    M.A. in English, Rhetoric and Composition, Boise State University

    Interests: Genre, transfer, rhetorical adaptation, educational theory

    M.A. in English, Rhetoric and Composition, Boise State University

    Interests: Genre, transfer, rhetorical adaptation, educational theory

  • Shepherd

    Dawn Shepherd

    Associate Professor, Associate Director of First-Year Writing Program

    Ph.D. in Communication, Rhetoric, and Digital Media, North Carolina State University

    Interests: Rhetoric, new media, and media studies; digital rhetoric; writing program administration; teaching with technology

    Ph.D. in Communication, Rhetoric, and Digital Media, North Carolina State University

    Interests: Rhetoric, new media, and media studies; digital rhetoric; writing program administration; teaching with technology

  • Shuck

    Gail Shuck

    Professor, ESL Coordinator

    Ph.D. in Second Language Acquisition and Teaching, University of Arizona

    Interests: Second language writing, intersections between language, society, and identity, ideologies of language, program administration for multilingual students in higher education

    Ph.D. in Second Language Acquisition and Teaching, University of Arizona

    Interests: Second language writing, intersections between language, society, and identity, ideologies of language, program administration for multilingual students in higher education

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    Michal Temkin Martinez

    Associate Professor, Director of Linguistics, Director of The Mary Ellen Ryder Linguistics Lab

    Ph.D. in Linguistics, University of Southern California

    Interests: Phonetics and phonology, psycholinguistics, language documentation, laboratory phonology

    Ph.D. in Linguistics, University of Southern California

    Interests: Phonetics and phonology, psycholinguistics, language documentation, laboratory phonology

  • Thornes

    Tim Thornes

    Associate Professor

    Ph.D. in Linguistics, University of Oregon

    Interests: Language typology, language documentation, and Native American languages

    Ph.D. in Linguistics, University of Oregon

    Interests: Language typology, language documentation, and Native American languages

  • Uehling

    Karen Uehling

    Professor

    M.A. in English, University of California, Davis

    Interests: Basic writing, creative nonfiction

    M.A. in English, University of California, Davis

    Interests: Basic writing, creative nonfiction

  • VanderStouwe

    Chris VanderStouwe

    Lecturer

    Ph.D. in Linguistics, University of California, Santa Barbara

    Interests: Sociocultural linguistics; language, gender, and sexuality; language and identity; language and politics; language in interaction; linguistic activism

    Ph.D. in Linguistics, University of California, Santa Barbara

    Interests: Sociocultural linguistics; language, gender, and sexuality; language and identity; language and politics; language in interaction; linguistic activism

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    Amber Warrington

    Assistant Professor

    Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction, University of Texas at Austin

    Interests: Writing teacher education; writing assessment; critical literacy; teacher inquiry

    Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction, University of Texas at Austin

    Interests: Writing teacher education; writing assessment; critical literacy; teacher inquiry

  • Westover

    Jeff Westover

    Professor

    Ph.D. in English, Boston College

    Jeff Westover teaches modern and contemporary American literature, film, graphic novels, and even old-fashioned written texts. Etymology is a subject near to his heart.

    Ph.D. in English, Boston College

    Jeff Westover teaches modern and contemporary American literature, film, graphic novels, and even old-fashioned written texts. Etymology is a subject near to his heart.

  • Wilhelm

    Jeffrey Wilhelm

    Distinguished Professor

    Ph.D., Curriculum and Instruction, University of Wisconsin

    Interests: Developing inquiry curriculum, motivation, interventions to assist struggling readers and writers

    Ph.D., Curriculum and Instruction, University of Wisconsin

    Interests: Developing inquiry curriculum, motivation, interventions to assist struggling readers and writers

Teaching Assistants

  • Borzoni

    Allison Borzoni

    M.A. Student in Rhetoric and Composition

    B.A. in Creative Writing, Southern Utah University

    About Me: I love taking care of my houseplants, rock-climbing, and taking photos on hikes.

    B.A. in Creative Writing, Southern Utah University

    About Me: I love taking care of my houseplants, rock-climbing, and taking photos on hikes.

  • Breslin

    Sarah Breslin

    M.A. Student in Literature

    B.A. in Philosophy & B.A. in Literature, Azusa Pacific University

    About Me: I love to travel,  experimenting with new vegetarian recipes, playing board games, and exploring the wonderful NW with my partner, Luke, and our fuzzy four-legged baby, Ferguson.

    B.A. in Philosophy & B.A. in Literature, Azusa Pacific University

    About Me: I love to travel,  experimenting with new vegetarian recipes, playing board games, and exploring the wonderful NW with my partner, Luke, and our fuzzy four-legged baby, Ferguson.

  • Carson-Eisenman

    Ty Carson-Eisenman

    M.A. Student in Technical Communication

    B.A. in Technical Communication, Boise State University

    About Me: One of my passions is sharing my amazing giant dogs who have worked as therapy dogs throughout Boise.

    B.A. in Technical Communication, Boise State University

    About Me: One of my passions is sharing my amazing giant dogs who have worked as therapy dogs throughout Boise.

  • Christensen

    Kasen Christensen

    M.A. Student in Rhetoric and Composition

    B.A in History & Journalism, University of Idaho

    About Me: I enjoy hiking, road trips, and baking bread with and for the various humans and animals with which I live.

    B.A in History & Journalism, University of Idaho

    About Me: I enjoy hiking, road trips, and baking bread with and for the various humans and animals with which I live.

  • Glick

    Addie Glick

    M.A. Student in Rhetoric and Composition

    B.A. in Rhetoric and Composition, Boise State University

    About Me: Come summertime, you’ll find me at Bristol Bay, Alaska, where I process sockeye salmon.

    B.A. in Rhetoric and Composition, Boise State University

    About Me: Come summertime, you’ll find me at Bristol Bay, Alaska, where I process sockeye salmon.

  • Horton

    Mark Horton

    M.A. Student in Literature

    B.A. in Literature, Boise State University

    B.A. in Literature, Boise State University

  • Jansen

    Madison Jansen

    M.A. Student in Rhetoric and Composition

    B.A. in English, Northwest Nazarene University

    About Me: I love watching football (Go Broncos!), reading fantasy novels, writing creatively, and playing games.

    B.A. in English, Northwest Nazarene University

    About Me: I love watching football (Go Broncos!), reading fantasy novels, writing creatively, and playing games.

  • Lutz

    Jake Lutz

    M.A. Student in Rhetoric and Composition

    B.A. in Teaching, Writing & Literature, Boise State University

    About Me: I enjoy spending time outdoors, traveling, cooking, gardening, and playing old school video games.

    B.A. in Teaching, Writing & Literature, Boise State University

    About Me: I enjoy spending time outdoors, traveling, cooking, gardening, and playing old school video games.

  • Micheletty

    Amanda Micheletty

    M.A. Student in Rhetoric and Composition

    B.A. in Literature, Boise State University

    About Me: I love to be in community with others, so come talk to me about a book you’re reading, a Netflix show you just binge watched, or a song you can’t get out of your head.

    B.A. in Literature, Boise State University

    About Me: I love to be in community with others, so come talk to me about a book you’re reading, a Netflix show you just binge watched, or a song you can’t get out of your head.

  • O_Meara

    Brittany O’Meara

    M.A. Student in Literature, Boise State University

    B.A. in multidisciplinary degree of the arts, Boise State University

    About Me: I enjoy printmaking, social justice, and dogs

    B.A. in multidisciplinary degree of the arts, Boise State University

    About Me: I enjoy printmaking, social justice, and dogs

  • Ranieri

    Brooke Ranieri

    M.A. Student in Rhetoric and Composition

    B.A. in Teaching Secondary Education, Boise State University

    About Me: I enjoy running, hot yoga and a fierce game of sand volleyball.

    B.A. in Teaching Secondary Education, Boise State University

    About Me: I enjoy running, hot yoga and a fierce game of sand volleyball.

  • Tyler Salinas

    M.A. Student in Literature

    B.A. in Literature, Texas Lutheran University

    About Me: I enjoy traveling, meeting new people, and attending concerts. I’m a bit of a film buff, so I also enjoy seeing the latest movies, and knowing way too much Oscars trivia than is healthy for a normal person.

    B.A. in Literature, Texas Lutheran University

    About Me: I enjoy traveling, meeting new people, and attending concerts. I’m a bit of a film buff, so I also enjoy seeing the latest movies, and knowing way too much Oscars trivia than is healthy for a normal person.

  • Wixom

    Skyler Wixom

    M.A. Student in Rhetoric and Composition

  • Wright

    Katie Wright

    M.A. Student in Literature

    B.A. in Literature, California State University in San Bernardino

    About Me: In my spare time, I absolutely adore cooking and catching up on shows like “The Handmaid’s Tale,” or getting play time in with my giant labrador retriever, a rescue dog, named Max. Any day I have time to read a book by Angela Carter or Stephen King is a good day!

    B.A. in Literature, California State University in San Bernardino

    About Me: In my spare time, I absolutely adore cooking and catching up on shows like “The Handmaid’s Tale,” or getting play time in with my giant labrador retriever, a rescue dog, named Max. Any day I have time to read a book by Angela Carter or Stephen King is a good day!

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