Gregory Heyworth (BA, Columbia; BA, MA, Cambridge; Ph.D., Princeton) is Associate Professor of English at the University of Mississippi. He is co-author of The Cooper Hill Stylebook: a guide to writing and revision, which The Midwest Book Review called the most useful revision manual on the market. Aside from grammar and writing, Professor Heyworth specializes in medieval literature and digital humanities. He is the author of several books and textbooks including Desiring Bodies: Ovidian Romance and the Cult of Form, which won an “Outstanding Academic Title” award from Choice magazine in 2010, and more recently Les Eschéz d’Amours: a Critical Edition of the Poem and its Latin Glosses (2013). He is also the founder of the Lazarus Project, a not-for-profit initiative to recover lost and damaged manuscripts using spectral imaging. While English is his first language, Professor Heyworth is equally fluent in French, German, Spanish, Russian, and Italian.Rosette Liberman (BA, Barnard; MA, Vassar; EdD, University of Bridgeport). An award-winning educator, Rosette Liberman has been a teacher and administrator in both public and private schools and at the university level for over 50 years. Besides co-authoring The Cooper Hill Stylebook, she has published The Cooper Hill College Application Essay Bible, and The Writing and Revision Stylebook. A specialist in disabilities law, she authored Guide to Decision-Making in Compliance with Section 504 while managing Yale University’s Resource Office for Disabilities. Her awards include Celebration of Excellence Award from the Connecticut State Department of Education, 1996; Connecticut State Board of Education Award for Service on The Connecticut Permanent Advisory Council on the Teaching Profession, 1990; Dissertation Award from Indiana University and from the National Organization on Legal Problems in Education (NOLPE), 1987. Born in Iran, she didn’t learn English until she was ten years old — at that time it was her fourth language.