Tyler Bradway is a scholar and teacher of contemporary American literature, queer theory and culture, affect, gender studies, and critical theory. He received his Ph.D. from the Literatures in English Department at Rutgers University, and he was a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Haverford College Writing Program. His current book project examines affective forms of “bad reading” in queer experimental writing, from Stonewall to the present. He teaches courses on postmodern, experimental, and multi-ethnic American literatures, sexuality and representation, popular culture, and theories of reading.
Laura J. Davies earned her PhD in composition and cultural rhetoric at Syracuse University and previously was an assistant professor of English and director of first-year writing at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, CO. Her current book project is a study of writing teacher preparation and development. Her research and teaching interests include writing program administration, writing assessment, creative non-fiction writing, information literacy, writing pedagogy, and technical and professional writing.