Adam Komisaruk is Assistant
Professor of English at West Virginia University and owner/moderator of
the NASSR-L. He is the author of articles on "Monk" Lewis, Mary Shelley,
Thomas Rowlandson, Mary Wollstonecraft, William Blake and Lord Byron.
His works-in-progress include a study of sexuality and the growth of the
middle class in British Romanticism.
Fred Yee is a visual artist and
graphic designer who currently resides in New Jersey. His cover designs
for Holt, Rinehart and Winston's Elements of Literature 2005 series
received recognition in the 18th Annual New York Book Show (Bookbinders
Guild of New York). He has served on the panel of the New York State Council
on the Arts, Visual Arts Program (1998, 1999). He has curated several
exhibitions and his works are in collections across the state.
Steven Guynup is a visual artist and programmer,
is one of the most controversial developers of virtual spaces in the world.
Steve's works confront ideas and issues that represent the bleeding edge
of three dimensional design. A nine-year veteran in Web3D, he has presented
at SIGGRAPH in 1998, 1999, 2000, 2003 and 2004, won awards from Blaxxun
and the Contact Consortium, and recently worked with 1996 Ars Electronica
winner Andy Best on his Iceborg Project. Currently he is pursing a Doctorate
in Communications and Design at the University of Baltimore.