Spring 1987, Volume 4.1
Notes on Contributors
Notes on Contributors
G. S. SHARAT CHANDRA is a Professor of English and Coordinator of Creative Writing at the University of Missouri in Kansas City. A former Fulbright Professor in Malaysia, he is internationally published in journals such as London Magazine, Transatlantic Review, Parts Review, and others. Among his books are Heirloom (Oxford U Press) and Aliens.
ALFRED CISMARU (Ph.D., New York U) is a Professor of Romance Languages and Comparative Literature at Texas Tech University. He is the author of three books, Boris Vian, Marguerite Duras, and Moliere and Marivaux: A Comparison, and has published articles in Renascence, Antioch Review, Cithara, Modern language Journal, and others.
JAN DE HARTOG, novelist and playwright, has written in his native Dutch and in English. He is the author of numerous novels and four plays, including his well-known The Fourposter, which was made into the musical I Do, I Do. His latest novel is The Commodore (New York. Harper and Row, 1986).
KENNETH E. EBLE, (Ph.D., Columbia University) is a Professor of English at the University of Utah. His several books include F. Scoff Fitzgerald (Twayne, 1963) and The Craft of Teaching (Jossey Bass, 1976). His latest book is Old Clemens and W. D. H..- The Story of a Remarkable Friendship (Louisiana State U Press, 1986).
JUNE H. HOFFMAN, who is currently working on her Ph.D. at the University of Arizona in Tucson, is an Instructor of English at Weber State College. She has written two novels that are waiting to be sent to publishers.
MAX H. JAMES (Ph.D., Claremont Graduate School), Professor of English at the University of Northern Arizona, has taught in Japan and in several universities in the USA. He has published in College Literature, College English, Language Learning, Ichikawa, and others.
VICTORIA McCABE (Ph.D., U of Denver) teaches creative and English at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs. She is Poetry Editor of Writers Forum and author of Victorian Poems (Poetry Bad Press, 1970), John Keats's Porridge (U of Iowa Press, 1975), and Until Death (Blue light Books, 1980). She has published poems in many journals, including The American Poetry Review, The Literary Review, South Dakota Review, and New Letters.
DON McDERMOTT is completing his Ph.D. in creative writing and literature at Oklahoma State University. He has published fiction in The Midland Review, George Washington Review, and others.
DON SHARPES (Ph.D., Arizona State U), currently a Professor of Education at Weber State College, has taught in several universities in the USA. His latest books are Education and the US Government and An Asian Enquiry. His poetry books include This Island, Love, and The Prow.