Armstrong has taught writing and literature courses at Plymouth State University, the University of South Carolina and Southern Connecticut State University. His poems have appeared in Quarterly West, The Providence Journal Bulletin, Yemassee, Faultline, Stride UK, Plainsong and Persephone. His poem, “Kitty Hawk” was published in the Pearson/Longman anthology, Literature, and was selected by James Dickey for inclusion in One For One, a collection of his fifty favorite poems. He earned his BA at the Pennsylvania State University and his MFA at the University of South Carolina.
Becker earned his B.A. in English from the University of Colorado (Boulder, CO), his M.A. in English from Sussex University (Brighton, England), and his Ph.D. in English from the University or Rhode Island (Kingston, RI). His primary field is British Modernism and his dissertation investigated literal (gustatory) and figurative (social and aesthetic) tastes in British modernist novels. He currently teaches writing and literature classes at the University of Rhode Island and Providence College.
Brousseau has an A.B. (English) from Georgetown University, an M.A (English) from Clark University, and a Ph.D. (English) from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. She has presented and published on modern and contemporary drama, nineteenth-century American productions of Shakespeare, and American women writers.
In addition to being a journalism instructor at Providence College, Pare is a full-time English teacher at La Salle Academy in Providence. Prior to embarking on his teaching career, he was an award-winning journalist for several Rhode Island newspapers. Pare is a graduate of the University of Rhode Island and the Graduate Literacy Program at Providence College.
Parrott studied at the University of Michigan (B.A., Classical Languages and Literature, 2001), Wadham College, Oxford (M.Phil., Greek and Latin Languages and Literature, 2004), and Harvard University (Ph.D., Classical Philology, 2013). He previously taught at the College of the Holy Cross and held a Postdoctoral Fellowship in the Classics at Harvard University.