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Kristin Noone is an English instructor and Writing Center faculty at Irvine Valley College in Southern California. Her research explores medievalism, adaptation, fantasy, and romance. She has published on subjects from Neil Gaiman's many Beowulfs to depictions of witchcraft in Terry Pratchett's Discworld to Arthurian references in World of Warcraft. She is also a published author of romance and fantasy fiction. Emily Lavin Leverett is a professor of English at Methodist University in Fayetteville North Carolina. With her primary focus as Medieval English Romance--tales of adventure, magic, chivalry, faith, and fantasy, she also studies medievalism, the ways that the romances of medieval Britain have made their way into contemporary arts, specifically English author Terry Pratchett's Discworld novels.