Lois Matz Rosen is an associate professor of English at the University of Michigan, Flint, where she is also director of writing programs and codirector of the writing-across-the-curriculum program. A former high school English teacher, she previously served as codirector of the Southeast Michigan Writing Project and director of the Flint Area Writing Project.
Marilyn Wilson is an associate professor of English at Michigan State University and is currently the associate chair for undergraduate programs. She is a past president of the Michigan Council of Teachers of English and has taught both middle and high school English.
Yetta Goodman is credited with popularizing the concept of kidwatching. She is Regents Professor at the University of Arizona College of Education's Division of Language, Reading, and Culture. A book of her writings, Notes from A Kidwatcher: Selected Writings of Yetta M. Goodman, was edited by Sandra Wilde and published by Heinemann in 1996. She was recently awarded an honorary doctorate from Hofstra University.