Alan P. Barr is Professor of English at Indiana University Northwest. He teaches and publishes on Victorian literature, modern drama, and film. He has edited The Major Prose of Thomas Henry Huxley; Thomas Huxley's Place in Science and Letters: Centenary Essays; and Modern Women Playwrights of Europe. He has written on the Rossettis, Shaw, evolutionary science, and the woman question.
Florence S. Boos is Professor of English at the University of Iowa. She is the editor of History and Community: Essays in Victorian Medievalism (1992) and author of The Design of William Morris' The Earthly Paradise (1991).
Jill Ehnenn is Assistant Professor of English at Appalachian State University where she teaches Victorian literature and queer theory. She has published articles on Victorian representations of Shakespeare's heroines, Dorothy Wordsworth, and the contemporary lesbian romance novel. Her book Women's Literary Collaboration, Queerness, and Late-Victorian Culture is forthcoming with Ashgate Press.
Mary Ellis Gibson, Professor of English at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, is author of History and the Prism of Art: Browning's Poetic Experiments (1987), editor of Critical Essays on Robert Browning (1992), and author of Epic Reinvented: Ezra Pound and the Victorians (1995).
F. Elizabeth Gray is Lecturer in English at Massey University, New Zealand. She has published articles on women's poetry and the nineteenth-century periodical press and is currently researching women's writing at the fin-de-siècle.
Donald E. Hall is Jackson Professor of British Literature at West Virginia University. His most recent book is Subjectivity (Routledge, 2004).
Linda K. Hughes is Professor of English at Texas Christian University. She is the author of The Manyfacèd Glass: Tennyson's Dramatic Monologues (1987) and co-author, with Michael Lund, of The Victorian Serial (1991).
Jeffrey B. Loomis teaches at Northwest Missouri State University. He is the author of Dayspring in Darkness: Sacrament in Hopkins (1988).
Margot K. Louis is Associate Professor of English at the University of Victoria and author of Swinburne and His Gods: The Roots and Growth of an Agnostic Poetry (1990).
Clinton Machann is Professor of English at Texas A&M University. Among his recent publications are The Genre of Autobiography in Victorian Literature (1994), The Essential Matthew Arnold: An Annotated Bibliography of Major Modern Studies (1993), and Matthew Arnold: A Literary Life (1998).
Kathleen McCormack is Associate Professor of English at Florida International University. She is the author of George Eliot and Intoxication : Dangerous Drugs for the Condition of England (1999).
Rosemarie Morgan is a Fellow at Yale University. She is author of Women and Sexuality in the Novels of Thomas Hardy (1988) and Cancelled Words: Rediscovering Thomas Hardy (1992).
David G. Riede, Professor of English at Ohio State University, has written books on Arnold, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, and Swinburne. His most recent book is Dante Gabriel Rossetti Revisited (1992).