Contributors


Sarah Ross-Koves is currently an high school English and social studies teacher at Carson-City Crystal schools where she also assists with school improvement and technology. She is a teacher consultant through Top of the Mit Writing Project. She blogs at Kovescence of the Mind.



Sarah is a doctoral student in the Joint Program in English and Education at the University of Michigan. Her research interests include narrative persuasion, community literacies, and digital rhetorics.



John Gagnon is a Ph.D. student and University Distinguished Fellow in the Writing, Rhetoric, and American Cultures Department at Michigan State University. He specializes in cultural rhetorics and is primarily interested in the intersections of rhetoric and activism in marginalized communities. His recent work has explored visually and digitally mediated responses to contemporary slavery. John holds J.D. and M.S. degrees from Tulane University and a B.A. from Andrews University.1 Articles


James Harris is a PhD candidate at The Ohio State University. In addition to his work with The Digital Media Project and the Rhetoric, Politics, and Gaming Series, he studies 20th century US ethnic literature, gender, and sexuality studies.1 Articles


Katie Locano has taught at Oak Park High School for 15 years. She currently teaches 11th grade ELA, 12th grade AP Lit & Comp, and is the ELA curriculum coordinator.1 Articles


Ben is a dwarf fortress player and LARP enthusiast who sometimes writes some things. He cares about diversity and fears institutions as if they were indifferent giants. He writes some things sometimes with Maury Brown at www.inexorableprogress.com. He believes in cultivating empathy.1 Articles


Patti is the Assistant Director of the Writing and Media Center at Iowa State University. She can be found on Twitter as @voleuseCK.


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