Craig Saper is a Professor in the Language, Literacy, and Culture Doctoral Program at UMBC in Baltimore, and previously the Bearman Family Foundation Chair (2012-2015) and Program Director (2012-2015). He was previously on the faculty at Indiana University, University of Pennsylvania, University of the Arts, and the University of Central Florida, where he was the Director of the Texts & Technology Doctoral Program (2002-2005). He is the author of Amazing Adventures of Robert Carlton Brown: Real-Life Zelig of the Twentieth Century (2016), Intimate Bureaucracies (2012), Networked Art (2001), Artificial Mythologies (1997) and has co-edited and introduced volumes on Electracy (2015) and Imaging Place (2009). He has co-edited special issues of Rhizomes on Posthumography (2010) and Drifts (2007). He has just edited, with new introductions, editions of Bob Brown's Words (2014), Gems (2014), The Readies (2014), and 1450-1950 (2015), published with http://rovingeyepress.com.
Lynn Tomlinson's clay-on-glass animation creates the effect of fluid transforming and evolving oil paintings. Her 2014 environmental film, The Ballad of Holland Island House, received awards in numerous film festivals and is included in the touring compilation The Animation Show of Shows. In her work as an artist, scholar, and curator, she focuses on expanding definitions of animation. Her award-winning animated shorts have aired on PBS Kids, MTV, and Sesame Street. She is an Assistant Professor in the department of Electronic Media and Film at Towson University.