Aíne M. Norris (pronounced “AWN-yuh”) is a doctoral student in the department of English at Old Dominion University and a literature and composition college instructor. She graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University with a B.A. (2004) and M.A. (2016) in English and research. Her research interests include circus and sideshow history, oddities in popular culture, and the archival examination of lore, superstition, and the occult. Her research uncovering untold information about turn-of-the-century aerialist, Eva Clark, was featured in the Cincinnati Enquirer, The News Virginian, and as a special feature on WHSV TV-3 in Virginia. Her work can be read in Horror Homeroom, Margaret Atwood Studies Journal, and Bandwagon: The Journal of the Circus Historical Society. Norris serves as a graduate advisory board member for the Popular Culture Association and a trustee for the Circus Historical Society. Drop a line via ainemnorris [at] gmail [dot] com.