After teaching high school English for 18 years in California and Idaho, Crag Hill earned a PhD. in Curriculum & Instruction from the University of Idaho in 2008. He edited the award-winning NCTE affiliate journal InLand and is the founding editor of Study & Scrutiny: Research on Young Adult Literature (current issue https://journals.shareok.org/studyandscrutiny/issue/view/133). He has published articles and chapters on young adult literature and comics and has edited a collection of essays on young adult literature, Coming of Age: The Critical Merits of Young Adult Literature (Routledge, 2014), and on comics, Teaching Comics Through Multiple Lenses: Critical Perspectives (Routledge, 2016). His latest project, co-edited with Victor Malo-Juvera, Critical Approaches to Teaching the High School Novel: Reinterpreting Canonical Literature, will appear in 2019 (Routledge). He is currently the coordinator of English Education at University of Oklahoma.