Kristopher Woofter is a tenured faculty member of the English Department at Dawson College. He completed his PhD in Film and Moving Image Studies at Concordia University. His primary research is in horror, the Gothic and the Weird in literature and the moving image, and in early horror television. He is Vice President of the Whedon Studies Association, Associate Editor of Slayage, and Co-Editor of MONSTRUM, the journal of the Montréal Monstrum Society.
Casey McCormick holds a PhD in Cultural Studies from McGill University, where she completed a dissertation entitled "TV Finales and the Meaning of Endings." Currently a non-affiliated scholar, McCormick continues to work on questions of TV form through creative research practices, including deformative criticism and video essays.
Steven Greenwood is a PhD student at McGill University, focusing on queer studies and popular culture. His work examines the ways in which queer communities respond to and use popular texts, and examines the queerness within the texts themselves. While completing his MA at Brock University, he completed a major research project examining homoeroticism and queerness in Buffy the Vampire Slayer, which eventually led to his first publication, in Slayage volume 15. His current dissertation focuses on musicals on stage, film, and television.
Cory Legassic is a tenured faculty member of the Humanities and Sociology Departments at Dawson College, and coordinator of the New School at Dawson. His research focuses on anti-oppressive pedagogies and critical humanistic education. He is also an instructor for the Montréal Monstrum Society.
Alanna Thain is Associate Professor of World Cinemas and Cultural Studies at McGill University, and Director of the Institute for Gender, Sexuality and Feminist Studies. She also directs the Moving Image Research Laboratory, devoted to the study of the body in moving image media.