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The commentary authors are experienced scholars who have extensively studied and taught the authors they annotate. They write notes and vocabulary lists, create multimedia resources, and supervise student contributors. To propose a new commentary, please see the contribute page.

Eric Casey, Trinity School, New York City, revised the print edition of Lucian's True Histories by Stephen Nimis (Miami University) and Evan Hayes. 

Cynthia Damon, Professor of Classical Studies, University of Pennsylvania, write commentary on Tacitus' Agricola.

Christopher Francese, Asbury J. CLarke Professor of Classical Studies, Dickinson College, wrote commntaries on selections from Caesar's Gallic War, Sulpicius Severus' Life of Saint Martin, and selections from Vergil's Aeneid.

Ingo Gildenhard, University Reader in Classics and the Classical Tradition and Fellow of King's College, Cambridge Univerity, wrote commentary on Cicero, Against Verres 2.1.53–86, originally published with Open Book Publishers, and selections from Cicero's De Imperio Cn. Pompei 27-49, originall published by Open Book Publishers

Rob Hardy, Research Associate in Classics, Carleton College. wrote commentary on selections from Bede's Historia Ecclesiatica.

Deborah Kamen, Associate Professor of Classics at the University of Washington, wrote commentary on Pseudo-Demosthenes, Against Neaira

Bret Mulligan, Associate Professor of Classics, Haverford College, wrote commentary on Cornelius Nepos' Life of Hannibal.

Meghan Reedy, former Assistant Professor of Classical Studies at Dickinson College, wrote essays for selections from Vergil's Aeneid

Geoffrey Steadman wrote grammatical notes for Homer, Iliad 6 and 22. An earlier version of these notes was published in 2015.

Susan Stephens, Sara Hart Kimball Professor in the Humanities and Professor of Classics at Stanford University, wrote the commentary on Callimachus' Aetia.

William Turpin, Professor of Classics at Swarthmore College, wrote commentary on Ovid's Amores Book I .

Thomas Van Nortwick, Nathan A. Greenberg Professor of Classics (emeritus), Oberlin College, wrote the Introduction and close reading essays for Homer, Iliad 6 and 22.