Carina Stopenski is a librarian, educator, and writer based out of Pittsburgh, PA. They obtained their BFA in Creative Writing from Chatham University, their MSLS of Library Science from Clarion University of Pennsylvania, and their MA of Literary and Cultural Studies program at Carnegie Mellon University. They currently work as an access services librarian at Chatham University. Carina has presented on horror and media in various avenues, most recently at the 2022 Popular Culture Association Conference, the SUNY Stony Brook Graduate Studies Convention, and New York University’s Teratophilia: Transmedial Representations of Hybrid Sexualities, among others. Their research centers around body studies, queerness, horror, ludology, and animation.