JoAnne C. Juett (PhD) is Assistant Professor (Scientific and Technical Writing), English Department, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire and currently serves as UWEC Instructional Technology Fellow. She specializes and publishes in the areas of scientific and technical communication, arts and technology, and digital literacy, and she also researches and teaches in the areas of women’s studies and religious studies. Dr. Juett has been awarded numerous grants, including ones from the ARCUS Gay and Lesbian Foundation and The E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Foundation, through which she focuses on LGBT communication and youth issues.David M. Jones (PhD) is an Associate Professor of African American Literature and Women’s Studies at the University of Wisconsin at Eau Claire and is currently serving as Faculty Fellow for the University Honors Program. His scholarship interests include social movements in American cultural history, literary regionalism, and American popular music. Dr. Jones has published essays on gender identity in the civil rights movement, musician Etta James, and blues music in postmodern culture, and he has produced and hosted programs on popular music and Wisconsin culture for Wisconsin Public Radio. Dr. Jones is also a professional musician.