Fall 1988, Volume 1988

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS

KENNETH W. BREWER (Ph.D., U of Utah), a consulting editor for Weber Studies, is Associate Professor of English at Utah State University and Director of Mountain West Writers. He has published five books of poetry including Round Again, The Collected Poems of Mongrel, and To Remember What Is Lost.

PAUL GILES (Ph.D., Oxford U) is an Assistant Professor of English at Portland State University. He is the author of Hart Crane: Contexts of "The Bridge" (Cambridge UP, 1986).

DOROTHEA KEHLER (Ph.D., Ohio U) is a Professor of English at San Diego State University. She has written chiefly on Shakespeare's histories and comedies and is currently co-editing an anthology of feminist criticism of English Renaissance drama.

RITA KIEFER (M.A., U of Notre Dame) is an Associate Professor of English and Women's Studies at the U of Northern Colorado. Her poetry and essays have appeared in Ploughshares, Southern Poetry Review, Southwest Review, Cimarron Review, Bloomsbury Review, Descant, Concerning Poetry, Colorado North Review, Christian Century, and others.

JAMES A. MINOR (Ed.D., U of South Dakota) is an Academic User Consultant in the Computing Services at Weber State College. He is the author of three collections of haiku and senryu: Against the Night (1986), AMeasure of Light (1984), and Blackhill Vision Under the Planting Moon (1982). His poems have appeared in Amelia, Ko, Mayfly, New Cicada and others.

SCOTT F. OATES (M.A., Middlebury College, Bread Loaf School of English) teaches creative writing at Brighton High School in Salt Lake City. He is immediate past president of the Utah Council for Humanities Education.

PAULANN PETERSEN (M.A., Southern Oregon State College) is a high school teacher in Klamath Falls, OR. She was a Wallace Stegner Fellow at Stanford University in 1986-87. Her poems have appeared most recently in Calyx, Sequoia, Cutbank, and Hubbub.

LEVI S. PETERSON (Ph.D., U of Utah), a consulting editor for Weber Studies, is a Professor of English at Weber State College. He is the author of a collection of short stories, The Canyons of Grace (1982), a novel, The Backslider (1986), and a biography, Juanita Brooks (1988).

RAWDON TOMLINSON (Ph.D., Denver U) teaches Creative Writing at Metro State College in Denver. He has published two volumes of poetry, Down Under It All (1971) and Touching the Dead (1979). His poems have appeared in Poetry Northwest, Prism, College English, Southern Poetry Review, and Dalhousie Review.

MIKE TYLER, Class of '88 at Weber State College, was named outstanding graduate in graphic design. His work received "Best of Show" at WSC Student Exhibition in 1987. Our cover illustration, "Centennial Wave," was chosen from entries submitted by the graphics design class at Weber State College.

JEAN BICKMORE WHITE (Ph.D., U of Utah) is Professor of Political Science at Weber State College. Her articles have appeared in Utah Historical Quarterly and Political Science Quarterly. She is currently working on a book on the political history of Utah.