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Contributors Katherine Cottle is the author of I Remain Yours (Epistolary Nonfiction, 2016), Halfway (Memoir, 2010), and My Father's Speech (Poetry, 2008), all released by Apprentice House/Loyola University Maryland. Cottle teaches in the Center for Contemporary and Creative Writing at Goucher College. Find out more about her and her work at www.katherinecottle.com. Milford A. Jeremiah is a professor in the Department of English and Language Arts at Morgan State University. A graduate of Hampton University in language studies, he earned the M.A and PhD degrees in linguistics at Brown University. He teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in language-related topics. His research interests are brain and language function, language and cognition, and language used in social context. He has published several articles in refereed journal, including The Western Journal of Black Studies, Studies in Popular Culture, College Language Association Journal, Ohio Journal of English, and Popular Culture Review. Reginia Judge, Esq. is an associate professor in the Department of Justice Studies at Montclair State University. She lectures in the areas Civil Litigation. Professor Judge teaches online courses which include Cybercrime, Organized Crime and Police Civil Liability. Her research is in the area of media and the criminal justice system. Jarret Keene teaches ancient literature and creative writing at UNLV, where he also coordinates the World Literature Second-Year Seminars. He is currently hard at work on a book devoted to the auteurship of legendary comic-book creator Jack Kirby. Patricia M. Kirtley earned a Master of Fine Arts in Writing from the Vermont College of the Fine Arts in 2008. She co-authored Healthy Grieving (2015), America Cries “I’m Sorry!” (2016), and Strategic Literacy Instruction (2017). Pat enjoys reading, writing, traveling, and learning. William M. Kirtley earned a Doctor of Arts from Idaho State University. He published The Politics of Death (2012) and co-authored Healthy Grieving (2015), America Cries “I’m Sorry!” (2016), and Strategic Literacy Instruction (2017). He and Patricia recently celebrated their 50 th wedding anniversary. They enjoy writing and learning from their grandchildren. Keith Moser is Associate Professor of French at Mississippi State University. He is the author of five books, including The Encyclopedic Philosophy of Michel Serres: Writing the Modern World and Anticipating the Future, A Practical Guide to French Harki Literature, J.M.G. Le Clézio: A Concerned Citizen of the Global Village, J.M.G. Le Clézio dans la forêt des paradoxes (co-editor with Bruno Thibault), and ‘Privileged Moments’ in the Novels and Short Stories of J.M.G. Le Clézio: His Contemporary Development of a Traditional French Literary Device. Moser has also contributed nearly fifty essays to peer-reviewed publications. Vincent Pérez serves as Associate Professor of English at the University of Nevada at Las Vegas. His academic interests include Hemispheric American studies, Latino/a literature, critical theory, and popular culture. Anthologies in which his articles appear include: A Literary History 122