Joseph R. Chaney is an Associate Professor of English and the Director of General Education at Indiana University South Bend. He has published articles on the history of rhetoric, Shakespearean drama, and eighteenth-century autobiography. For seven years he has chaired the Computer Culture Area of the Southwest/Texas Popular Culture and American Cultures Association. He is also an award-winning commentator for WVPE Radio, an NPR station.Judd Ethan Ruggill is an Assistant Professor of Communication Studies at Arizona State University and Co-Director of the Learning Games Initiative, a transdisciplinary, inter-institutional research group that studies, teaches with, and builds computer games. His scholarly work has appeared in a variety of books, journals, and periodicals, including Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies, M/C Journal, Works and Days, FLOW, TEXT Technology, The International Digital Media and Arts Association Journal, and The Chronicle of Higher Education. He is co-author with Ken McAllister of Fluency in Play: Computer Game Design for Foreign Language Pedagogy (CERCLL, 2008) and the forthcoming Defining Games: Coming to Terms With a New Medium (U. of Alabama Press).Ken S. McAllister is an Associate Professor of Rhetoric at the University of Arizona and Co-Director of the Learning Games Initiative. He has been Executive Director of Alternative Educational Environments, Co-Chair of the International Digital Media and Arts Association's Game Studies Special Interest Group, a Project Director for the Center for Educational Resources in Culture, Language, and Literacy, and is currently a member of the National Science Foundation's iPlant Collaborative. His book Game Work: Language, Power, and Computer Game Culture (U. of Alabama Press, 2004) is now in its second printing and received a Choice Outstanding Academic Title award in 2005.