Sarah Copland (Ph.D. Toronto, 2009) is Associate Professor of English at MacEwan University. She joined MacEwan’s English department in 2012 after holding a visiting assistant professorship at Kenyon College in Ohio (2011-2012) and a SSHRC postdoctoral fellowship and visiting scholar appointment with Project Narrative at the Ohio State University (2009-2011). Her disciplinary research interests are in modernism and narrative theory, and she has published work on modernist narratives, prefaces, and poetry; the new modernist studies; rhetorical and cognitive approaches to narrative theory; the politics of form; and short stories and short story theory. Her current book project is entitled Front Matters: The Rhetoric and Pedagogy of Modernist Prefaces. Her scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL) research interests are in teaching narrative theory and in writing studies.