Santosh Khadka is an Assistant Professor of English and Director of Upper Division Writing Proficiency Exam at California State University, Northridge. He earned his PhD from Syracuse University in the United States. Two of his co-edited books on multimodality are forthcoming—Bridging the Gap: Multimodality from Theory to Practice from Utah State University Press, and Designing and Implementing Multimodal Curricula and Programs from Routledge: Taylor & Francis. His third co-edited book, From Outside: The Narratives from the Othered in the Academy is under review at a different academic press. Khadka has published several articles in journals in the US and abroad. For instance, his “Geopolitics of Grant Writing: Discursive and Stylistic Features of Nonprofit Grant Proposals in Nepal and the United States” was published in Journal of Technical Writing and Communication, whereas “(Teaching) Essayist Literacy in the Multimedia World” appeared in Composition Forum. His research interests include global and digital rhetorics, new media, multiliteracies, composition pedagogies, world/global Englishes, intercultural communication, technical and professional writing, and literacy practices of diverse student writers. He now teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in writing, rhetoric, digital media, and professional communication.