Pi-hua Ni is professor of American and British literature. Her expertise includes Women's Literature, Postmodern Fiction, Contemporary American Fiction and Contemporary Literary Theories. Pi-hua Ni has published books and papers on Virginia Woolf, Doris Lessing, Alice Walker and John Barth.
Kate North joined UWIC in 2010 as a Lecturer in Creative Writing. Her novel, Eva Shell, was published in 2008 and her poetry collection, Bistro, will be published in 2012. She welcomes research applications in the area of Creative Writing particularly in relation to Contemporary and Urban Writing, Cyborg Theory, Postmodern Literature and Feminist Writing. Previously she has taught at the University of Gloucestershire, The University of York, York St John university and Cardiff University. She teaches undergraduate and postgraduate courses across the fields of English and Creative Writing. Kate is Reviews Editor for Iota Magazine.