Dr. Jennifer Hedgecock graduated from Michigan State University with a Ph.D. in English (2005). Her publications include The Femme Fatale Motif in Nineteenth Century British Literature (Cambria Press), "William Blake and The Road to Hell: Demystifying the Cultural Iconoclasm of the Hells Angels" (Oxford UP), and "The Black Leather Motorcycle Queen and the Passion of Madness: Women in Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs" (Oxford UP). Dr. Hedgecock spent part of her childhood growing up in England, which fostered a lifelong passion for living and traveling through Europe. In 1995, she studied at the University of Oxford, Trinity College. Though generally teaching at four year universities that include CSU, Sacramento, Michigan State University, Chapman University, and UC, Irvine, Dr. Hedgecock's most rewarding experience has been working with students at Saddleback College and helping them reach their goals. She is currently researching classical art and literary interpretations of the Medusa, beginning with Renaissance artist Caravaggio and ending with twentieth century photographer, Nan Goldin, The Ballad of Sexual Dependency.