Daniel Lanza is an Interfield PhD student in English and Cultural Studies at CGU. His research focuses on ntersections of gender, kinship, and escapism in late 20th Century American literature and culture. Daniel received his BA in Liberal Studies from Sonoma State University and his MA in Humanities and Social Thought from New York University. He has experience as a literary intern, a youth counselor, an SAT tutor, and as a TA at Harvey Mudd College. He loves reading and he hates the word "addicting" (and you should too).