Adrea Johnson was the Puritan Project Assistant at Regent College and worked with Allison Library’s Rare Books Collection. She is also an instructor of English at the University of the Fraser Valley. She earned her doctorate in English Literature from the University of Alberta, where she specialized in women’s religious writing of the long nineteenth century. She also holds an MA in Theological Studies from Regent College. Her ongoing research examines the work of Susannah Spurgeon, intersecting with seventeenth-century Puritanism and the writing of John Bunyan. Her article on the hymnologist John Mason Neale appeared in Crux: A Quarterly Journal of Christian Thought and Opinion. She is co-editor, with Holly Faith Nelson, of Negotiating Faith and Feminism in Late Medieval and Early Modern Women’s Lives and Works (forthcoming). Adrea lives in the Fraser Valley, and she enjoys all bookshops, strong espresso, and reading by the sea.