By Susan H. Delagrange // Reviewed by Amber M. Stamper

About the Reviewer

Amber M. Stamper

Amber M. Stamper is an Assistant Professor of composition at Elizabeth City State University. Her research interests include the rhetoric of digital evangelism and religion online. Her scholarly work and original poetry have appeared in the Journal of Religion, Media and Digital Culture; Virginia Quarterly Review; Unbound PressMeridian; and the Allegheny Review, and she is a regular contributor to the The Christian Post as a citizen reporter. She received her Ph.D. in English from the University of Kentucky, an MFA in Poetry from the University of Virginia, and an MA and BA in Humanities and Writing Seminars from the Johns Hopkins University.