Patty McCabe-Remmell MA
Patty McCabe-Remmell is our Chief Editor and a professor at the University of South Florida, Tampa, where she teaches Professional Writing and Communications for Engineers as part of the English Department’s Professional and Technical Writing team.
Patty has over 40 years’ experience as a professional writer in a number of capacities, most recently as a technical writer for medical manufacturers such as Johnson & Johnson’s Ortho-Clinical Diagnostics division in Rochester, New York; and ConMed Linvatec, a manufacturer and developer of arthroscopic surgery devices in Largo, Florida. She has also worked in the news industry with Gannett Newspapers in Rochester, New York.
First published professionally as a teenager, her essay, “Molly Blooms’s ‘Yes’,” was recently published as part of The Yes Book: Writings on Yes (2014, Exult Road). She is currently working on an essay about author Jack Kerouac. Her areas of expertise are broad - from auto racing to zither band reviews - and reflect a rich life spent learning and exploring. Her editorial work includes Renaissance by Timothy Freriks; Honey by Alison Lyke; and Lessons from the Morning Star and Dreams and the Venus Diaries, by Peg Watts.
Patty holds a Master of Arts degree in English Literature from the University of South Florida, as well as a Graduate Certificate in Comparative and Interdisciplinary Literature - Latin and Classical Studies. She received her Bachelor’s degree in English from the State University of New York College at Brockport.
Daniel S. Brown PhD
· Ph.D. in English from the University of Florida
· M.A. in Liberal Studies from Oakland University
· M.S. in Information from the University of Michigan
· B.A. in English from Western Michigan University
· Academic book published with Palgrave MacMillan
· Scholarly articles in peer-reviewed journals and edited collections
· Experience teaching academic English at the college and university level
· Familiarity with MLA and APA citation styles
· Close attention to detail, self-motivation, and strong work ethic
Daniel holds a Ph.D. in English, with a specialization in 19th-century British literature, from the University of Florida, and has over ten years of experience teaching and publishing academic writing. His accomplishments attest not only to his familiarity with academic writing, but also to his close attention to detail, self-motivation, and strong work ethic.
Daniel is an accomplished writer in the field of English language and literature. Palgrave MacMillan plans to publish his book, Representing Realists in Victorian Literature and Criticism, in the fall of 2016. He also has articles, chapters, and reviews published in scholarly collections and journals, such as Victorians: a Journal of Culture and Literature, The Blackwell Companion to Sensation Fiction, Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies, and Issues in Writing, and has won a grant to attend a National Endowment for Humanities Seminar in July of 2014.
Moreover, he has taught introductory, intermediate, and advanced English composition and literature courses at a wide range of colleges and universities. Courses include introduction to college writing, rhetoric and academic research, introduction to literature, the 19th-century British novel, and professional writing, and technical writing. Schools taught at include The University of Florida (Gainesville, FL), Santa Fe College (Gainesville, FL), The University of South Florida (Tampa, FL), Hillsborough Community College (Tampa, FL), and The University of Toledo (Toledo, OH).
He currently teaches English composition at Oakland Community College in Farmington Hills, MI, works as a metadata editor with ProQuest in Ann Arbor, MI, and volunteers as an editor for the peer-reviewed journal for the Animals and Society Institute, the Society & Animals Journal.