Spring/Summer 1993, Volume 10.2
Notes on Contributors
PAUL MICHEL BAEPLER (B.A., Carleton College) is currently a doctoral candidate at the University of Minnesota. He has won the Loft Mentor Series, a National Society for Arts and Letters fiction contest, and several local fiction awards. His work has appeared in City Pages, Great River Review, Exquisite Corpse, and Negative Capability (forthcoming). He is also in post-production on a documentary about the African American poet and biographer Quincy Troupe (twice winner of the American Book Award). His video documentary on Afro-Caribbean drumming is currently showing in Valencia, Venezuela.
MARK BIDDLE (M.F.A., Indiana State University) is Professor of Visual Arts at Weber State University and Art Editor of Weber Studies.
RON CARLSON (M.A., University of Utah), author of four books of fiction, most recently the story collection Plan B For the Middle Class (Norton, 1992), was himself interviewed in Weber Studies 8.2 (Fall 1991). His fiction has appeared in The New Yorker, Harper's, Playboy, Gentleman's Quarterly, Ploughshares, Story, Weber Studies, and others. He is Director of Creative Writing at Arizona State University.
DARIN COZZENS (Ph.D., Oklahoma State University) currently teaches full-time at Georgia's Dalton College and part-time at Chattanooga State Technical Community College. His work has appeared in Cimarron Review, Journal of American Culture, and New Mexico Humanities Review.
JOHN HENDRICKSON (Ph.D., Florida State University) is Emeritus Professor of English and Spanish, Snow College. He is the author of A Fool Walks In. His work has appeared in Improving College and University Teaching, College English, Snow Faculty Studies, College Composition and Communication, and Weber Studies.
KATIE KINGSTON (M.F,A., Vermont College) teaches Spanish at Trinidad State Junior College. Her work has appeared in Ellipsis, Plainsongs, High Country News, network Magazine, and Hawaii Review.
LEIGH KIRKLAND (M.A., Georgia State University) is completing a Ph.D. in English at her alma mater. She is also working on a project to publish Henry David Thoreau's journals (Princeton University Press). Her poetry and fiction have appeared in Earth Daughters and Catalyst. She has an article forthcoming in Isle.
DAVID KRANES is Professor of English at the University of Utah. See p. 29 for information
BRUCE ROBINSON (M.A., Johns Hopkins University) is currently certification specialist with the New York State Department of Education. His work has appeared in Fiction, Onthebus, Spoon River Quarterly, and Sow's Ear.
KATHRYN LEE SEIDEL (Ph.D., University of Maryland) is Associate Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and Professor of English at the University of Central Florida. She has published The Southern Belle in the American Novel (University Presses of Florida, 1985) and edited Zora in Florida (University Presses of Florida, 1991). Her other articles focus on Kate Chopin, Gail Godwin, Zora Neale Hurston, and William Faulkner.
CANDADAI SESHACHARI (Ph.D., University of Utah) is Professor of English and Interim Dean of the College of Arts and Humanities at Weber State University. His publications have appeared in Western Humanities Review, Dialogue, Indian Journal of American Studies and several anthologies. He is the author of Gandhi and the American Scene: An Intellectual History and Inquiry (1969).
CATHARINE R. STIMPSON (Ph.D., Columbia University), former president of the MLA, is University Professor at Rutgers University. Her works include a novel, Class Notes, and a selection of essays, Where the Meanings Are 0 988). She has also published over 150 monographs, essays, stories, and reviews, appearing in such places as Transatlantic Review, Nation, New York Times Book Review, Critical Inquiry, and boundary 2. She is currently the editor of a book series for the University of Chicago Press and her book on Gertrude Stein is under contract to the University of Chicago Press.