Pamela Siska has been with MIT's Writing and Communication Center since 1993 and was a contributor to The Mayfield Handbook of Technical & Scientific Writing. She has taught WRAP classes over the years and currently teaches graduate writing classes for MIT's Supply Chain Management program. Pamela holds an MA in English from Boston University, where she taught writing and literature courses before coming to MIT. She has published articles on medieval, Romantic, and Victorian literature as well a chapter on Mary Shelley in Material Women, 1750–1950: Consuming Desires and Collecting Practices (Routledge). Pamela is currently writing her doctoral dissertation on Percy Bysshe Shelley.