David Barndollar ( is a recent PhD graduate of the English department of the University of Texas at Austin. He is the current Program Coordinator of the Computer Writing and Research Lab at UT as well a former coordinating editor of Currents in
Electronic Literacy

Michelle Comstock ( teaches courses in rhetoric and multimedia at the University of Colorado at Denver. Her published work focuses on gender, embodiment, youth cultures, and technology. Currently, she is developing a book-length project on radical spectatorship and the community media literacy project.

Jason Craft ( recently received his PhD from the University of Texas at Austin. His dissertation examines "network fictions" such as MMPORGs (Massive Multi-Player Role Playing Games) and comic book universes.

Sean Fenty ( is a doctoral student in English at the University of Florida, where he is writing a dissertation on the relationship between interactivity and narrative in new media, with a focus on the narrative aspects of video games.

Matthew Lawless ( is a graduate student in the Technical Communication program at Texas Tech University, and is also a proposal writer at a leading aerospace equipment company. He is a 2004 inductee of Sigma Tau Chi, the Society for Technical Communication’s international honor fraternity, and has received awards for both his technical publications and technical art.

Chris Leslie ( studies literature and interactive technology in the Ph.D. Program in English at the City University of New York's Graduate Center. As an adjunct at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice and Brooklyn's Polytechnic University, he teaches courses in composition, humanities, and new media.

Eric Mason ( is a doctoral student at the University of South Florida in the Rhetoric and Composition program. You can find out more about him and his work at