Winter 1994, Volume 11.1
Contributors

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS

KEVI AVERY is president of Writers at Work. His fiction has appeared in Utah Holidz California Quarterly, Mississippi Review, Erotic Fiction Quarterly, and Gallery Magazine. He is a music critic for The Arts Magazine and The Event.

MICHAEL P. BRANCH (Ph.D., U of Virginia) is an Assistant Professor of English at Florida International University. He is a contributing author of The English Instructor's Sourcebook (U of Virginia Press, 1992), and the Book Review Editor for The American Nature Writing Newsletter.

SEAN BRENDAN-BROWN has published his work in the U.C. Revicw, Printed Matter (Tokyo), Sundog, Prism International, Phoebe, Iowa Journal of Cultural Studies, Coal City Review, and RE: Arts & Letters.

STEPHANIE E. CHAMBERLAIN is currently a doctoral student at Purdue University, specializing in Renaissance literature. Her dissertation addresses the limits of social conformity in Renaissance England, with emphasis on Shakespeare.

LYALL CRAWFORD (Ph.D., U of Washington) is an Associate Professor in the Department of Communication at Weber State University. His essays have appeared in Communication Quarterly, etcetera, and Ellipsis.

E. L. DOCTOROW, see p. 6 for details.

HAL ELLSON has published his most recent work in The Hawaii Review and Fiction International of San Diego State. Director Marcel Carne filmed a novel of his that appeared in France and Italy.

JOHN F. FLYNN (Ph.D., Ohio State University) teaches humanities at Michigan Technological University. One of his recent publications is "Encountering Ethical Responsibilities,'Learning to Read Student Papers from a Feminine Perspective,"' in Encountering Student Texts, Interpretive Issues in Reading Student Writing, ed. Bruce Lawson, et. al. (NCTE 1989).

KENT GARDIEN has published stories in The Quarterly, The Texas Quarterly, Weber Studies, and Glimmer Train, and received the Editor's Award for best fiction of the year from the Cream City Review for his story "Bru-iser." He has also published historical papers in Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Texana, and others.

BILL HOLM teaches at Southwest State University. His latest works include a book of poetry, The Dead Get By with Everything, and a collection of essays and photos, Landscape of Ghosts.

ETER ILLICK (M. A., U of Wyoming) teaches English at the University of Southern olorado. Recent poems have appeared in Epiphany, The Bridge, and The High Plains literary Review. In 1989 he received the Colorado Council on the Arts and Humanies Individual Artist Fellowship in Literature.

KEVIN AVERY is president of Writers at Work. His fiction has appeared in Utah Holiday, California Quarterly, Mississippi Review, Erotic Fiction Quarterly, and Gallery Magazine. He is a music critic for The Arts Magazine and The Event.

MICHAEL P. BRANCH (Ph.D., U of Virginia) is an Assistant Professor of English at Florida International University. Heis; a contributing author of The English Instructor's Sourcebook (U of Virginia Press, 1992), and the Book Review Editor for The American Nature Writing Newsletter.

SEAN BRENDAN-BROWN has published his work in the U.C. Review, Printed Matter (Tokyo), Sundog, Prism International, Phoebe, Iowa Journal of Cultural Studies Coal City Review, and RE: Arts & Letters.

STEPHANIE E. CHAMBERLAIN is currently a doctoral student at Purdue University, specializing in Renaissance literature. Her dissertation addresses the limits of social conformity in Renaissance England, with emphasis on Shakespeare.

LYALL CRAWFORD (Ph.D., U of Washington) is an Associate Professor in Department of Communication at Weber State University. His essays have appeared in Communication Quarterly, ef cetera, and Ellipsis.

E. L. DOCTOROW, see p. 6 for details.

HAL ELLSON has published his most recent work in The Hawaii Review and Fiction International of San Diego State. Director Marcel Carne filmed a novel of his that appeared in France and Italy.

JOHN F. FLYNN (Ph.D., Ohio State University) teaches humanities at Michigan Technological University. One of his recent publications is "Encountering Ethical Responsibilities,'Learning to Read Student Papers from a Feminine Perspective,"' in Encountering Student Texts, Interpretive Issues in Reading Student Writing, ed. Bruce Lawson, et. al. (NCTE 1989).

KENT GARDIEN has published stories in The Quarterly, The Texas Quarterl Studies, and Glimmer Train, and received the Editor's Award for best fiction of the year from the Cream City Review for his story "Bru-iser." He has also published historical papers in Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Texana, and others.

BILL HOLM teaches at Southwest State University. His latest works include a book of poetry, The Dead Get By with Everything, and a collection of essays and photos Landscape of Ghosts.

PETER ILLICK (M. A., U of Wyoming) teaches English at the University of Southern Colorado. Recent poems have appeared in Epiphany, The Bridge, and The High Plains Literary Review. In 1989 he received the Colorado Council on the Arts and Humanities Individual Artist Fellowship in Literature.

RUTH Y. JENKINS (Ph.D., State University of New York at Stony Brook) is an Associate Professor of English at California State University in Fresno. Her book, Reclaiming Myths of Power: The Victorian Spiritual Crisis and Women Writers, is forthcoming from Bucknell University Press. Her work has appeared in College Teaching, Minnesota Review, and is forthcoming in MELUS.

MICHAEL L. JOHNSON (Ph.D., Rice University) is Chair of the English Department at the University of Kansas. His most recent books of poetry include Ecphrases: Poems as Interpretations of the Other Arts (Woodley Press, 1989), Education on the Wild Side: Learning for the Twenty-First Century (U of Oklahoma Press, 1993) and Violence and Grace: Poems About the American West (Cottonwood Press, 1993).

WILLIAM R. KANOUSE (M.A. in English, Rutgers University, and M.F.A. in Theater, Temple University) teaches at Ocean County College and at Penn State during the summers. He has recently published in Nebraska Review, Inlet, and Alaska Quarterly Review.

ARIANA-SOPHIA M. KARTSONIS is an English major at the University of Utah. She is the editor of Shades, the University's undergraduate literary magazine. Recent publications have appeared in the Utah Artists Coalition, The Bridge, Young Writers Guilde, and Stone Startled.

JAMES POULAKOS (A.B., Georgia State University) is currently working on his Master of Fine Arts Degree in Poetry at Georgia State University and conducts a poetry workshop on the INTERNET. His poetry has appeared in Georgia State University Review.

PHILIP TATE (M.F.A., Vermont College) teaches electronics and computer maintenance at Trinidad State Jr. College. Forthcoming short stories include "Penitente" in Pleiades and "Newsreel" in The Other Side.

MIKEL VAUSE (Ph.D., Bowling Green University) is an Associate Professor of English at Weber State University. He is the author of On Mountains and Mountaineers (Mountain N'Air Books, 1993), a series of essays dealing with the mountain experience, editor of Rock and Roses (Mountain N'Air Books, 1990) and co-editor of Wilderness Tapestry (U of Nevada Press, 1992).

ED WEXHING (MFA, Vermont College) is a computer analyst and president of a computer software company. His stories have appeared in The Crescent Review, Glimmer Train, and Calliope.

MICHAEL WUTZ (Ph.D., Emory University) is Assistant Professor of English at Weber State University and Assistant Editor of Weber Studies. His essays and reviews have appeared in Studies in American Fiction, Style, South Atlantic Review, American Literature, Modern Fiction Studies, and others.