William Patrick Wend helped run ThatCamp Jersey Shore back in 2011. He also organized two graduate symposiums in 2007 and 2008. He primarily teaches courses in composition, British Literature, and the evolution of narrative in literature and cinema. Currently, he is enjoying taking selfies of his Magical Archer with Ogre corpses in Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen and working on a paper about the role of agency in vampire literature. He is a proud graduate of The Richard Stockton College Of New Jersey.
Christopher Gazzara is an English Lecturer at Burlington County College in Pemberton, New Jersey. He chiefly teaches composition and Semantics, and coordinates the curriculum for first-year composition, as well as program assessments in Communication Arts and General Education course level assessments in Information Literacy. He holds undergraduate and graduate degrees in English from Rutgers University, and active memberships in the National Council of Teachers of English, the Two-Year College English Association, and the Conference on College Composition and Communication. His research focuses on the semantic and psycholinguistic impacts of emegrging multimodalities and digital rhetorics, and their potential in college composition.