Michael John DiSanto is Associate Professor of English at Algoma University. He is the editor of The Complete Poems of George Whalley (McGill-Queen’s UP, 2016). He is the author of Under Conrad’s Eyes: The Novel as Criticism (McGill-Queen’s UP, 2009), the co-winner of the 2012 Adam Gillon Book Award in Conrad Studies. With Brian Crick he edited Literary Criticism of Matthew Arnold (2004) and D.H. Lawrence: Selected Criticism (2009), both published by Edgeways Books. He is writing a biography of George Whalley.
Alana Fletcher is a scholar of modern and contemporary Canadian and Indigenous literatures. Her dissertation, now a book-length study forthcoming from McGill-Queen's UP, examines the role of cross-cultural adaptation in obtaining environmental justice for a small Indigenous community in Canada’s North. Alana’s work has appeared in Canadian Literature, Studies in Canadian Literature, Victorian Review, Papers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada, and elsewhere.
Robin Isard is an Assistant Librarian at Algoma University where he works primarily with opensource technologies. He was the project manager for Project Conifer for a year, and helped develop the Shingwauk Residential School Center's online archive. He has also contributed to Opensource.com.