Owen Boynton works at Collegiate School in NYC. He earned a PhD in English from Cornell University in 2013, with a dissertation focusing on Victorian poetry and the experience of time.
Erin C. Callahan is Professor of English at San Jacinto College in Houston, Texas. She has published on gender in the Star Wars Saga, Star Trek: The Next Generation, and Charles Schulz’s Peanuts and contributed an essay to 21st Century Dylan: Late and Timely.
Court Carney is Professor of History at Stephen F. Austin State University. He is the co-editor of a collection of essays on Bob Dylan’s setlists entitled The Politics and Power of Bob Dylan’s Live Performances: “Play a Song for Me,” published with Routledge later this year.
Justin Hamm is the author of four collections of poetry – Drinking Guinness With the Dead, American Ephemeral, and Lessons in Ruin. A 2022 Woody Guthrie Poet, his work has appeared in Nimrod, Southern Indiana Review, and a host of other publications.
Christine Hand Jones is Assistant Professor of English at Dallas Baptist University, where she teaches writing, literature, and songwriting courses. She has a PhD in literary studies from the University of Texas at Dallas, earned largely by writing about Bob Dylan.
Graley Herren is Professor of English at Xavier University in Cincinnati. He is the author of books on Samuel Beckett, Don DeLillo, and Bob Dylan. He writes a newsletter on Dylan called Shadow Chasing and serves on the editorial board of the Dylan Review.
Harrison Hewitt is a writer from Canada. He’s been a Bob Dylan fan since he was a boy.
Matthew King is a freelance journalist and essayist based in New York. His writing on culture and technology has appeared in The Atlantic and the Boston Globe Magazine, among other publications. In a past life, he studied jazz and folk music as an aspiring saxophonist.
Jeffrey S. Lamp is Professor of New Testament and Instructor of Environmental Science at Oral Roberts University, Tulsa. His primary interests are in the ecotheology and Bob Dylan Studies. He was a translator and editor for the Modern English Version of the Bible.
Jon Lasser is University Distinguished Professor and Regents’ Professor in the School Psychology Program at Texas State University. He holds a doctorate in School Psychology from the University of Texas at Austin.
Harold Lepidus is the author of Friends and Other Strangers: Bob Dylan Examined. His writing has been referenced in Rolling Stone, Uncut, and American Songwriter, and he hosts The Boston Harold podcast.
Christopher Mitchell teaches composition and literature. He has written about Marshall McLuhan, Herman Melville, Nathanial Hawthorne, and Elvis Presley. In 2019 he spoke at the World of Bob Dylan about The Waste Land and “Desolation Row.”
Jim Salvucci is an English professor by training and taught a course on Dylan for many years. His writing is published in 21st-Century Dylan and The Politics and Power of Bob Dylan’s Live Performances: Play a Song for Me. He is also the founder of The Dylantantes.
Nathan Schmidt is currently pursuing a PhD in American literature at Indiana University, Bloomington. His work has appeared in the Walt Whitman Quarterly Review and the Indiana University blog Conversations in Science. He has played guitar since he was nine years old.
Evan Sennett a graduate student at Indiana University specializing in American literature. His interests include American Transcendentalism as well as twentieth century Kentucky authors Wendell Berry and Harlan Hubbard.
Rebecca Slaman is a freelance writer and editor. She has a BA from Fordham University in English and Classics. Her writing specializes in fan communities on social media, particularly Twitter. She has presented at University of Tulsa and Florida International University.
Stevan M. Weine is a psychiatrist, researcher, and author. He is Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Illinois College of Medicine. His most recent book is Best Minds: How Allen Ginsberg Made Revolutionary Poetry from Madness (Fordham University Press, 2023).
Bernard Wills is Professor of Humanities at Grenfell Campus Memorial University. He is a poet and scholar who has on Cohen, Blake, Davies as well as on Ancient, Medieval and Modern philosophy. He currently resides in Corner Brook Newfoundland and Labrador.