Greta Gorsuch’s career in second and foreign language teaching and learning spans over thirty five years. Currently at Texas Tech University, she has taught applied linguistics, EFL, and ESL in Japan, the U.S., and Vietnam. She has co-authored and edited several books, including Second Language Course Evaluation (2016), Second Language Testing for Student Evaluation and Classroom Research (2018), Tests that Second Teachers Make and Use (2019), and Using Theories for Second Language Teaching and Learning (2024). She researches reading fluency, evaluation, and teachers and tests, and has published articles in many journals including Foreign Language Annals, Language Teaching, Language Teaching Research, Reading in a Foreign Language, and System. She also writes original fiction for adult literacy learners including The Three Lives of Maul Entringer and Lights at Chickasaw Point (Wayzgoose Press), and The Cell Phone Lot and Newcomers (Gemma Open Doors).