I am a biblical scholar, Episcopal priest and seminary professor. I publish as Wilda and Wil Gafney. I teach Biblical Hebrew, Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies, Womanist, Feminist and Post-Colonial Biblical Studies, formerly at the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia, currently at Brite Divinity School in Ft. Worth, TX.
My scholarship includes prophecy and prophetic literature, rabbinic (Tanaaitic) literature, Ancient Near Eastern religious (especially prophetic and women's vocational) literature and traditional and contemporary midrash - biblical interpretation.
My personal love for vampire literature intersects with my professional biblical scholarship in my note in the Peoples' Bible on the Lilith who appears in Isaiah 34:14. She is regarded as the mother of vampires in later medieval midrash, but Isaiah had a much older night-stalking creature in mind...
I blog regularly at: wilgafney.com and tweet enthusiastically at @wilgafney. (You'll have to copy and paste.)