Mona Fayad, who is bilingual in Arabic and English, is currently teaching at Colorado College in Colorado Springs. Her previous publications include studies of feminism in the Arabic world in the Catalan Review and Cahiers du Grif.
Elizabeth Fifer, an Associate Professor of English at Lehigh University, has published other articles on Stein in Texas Studies in Literature and Language and in Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society.
Alan W. France has work forthcoming in CCTE Studies. He is a graduate student at Texas Christian University.
Ellen G. Friedman's many publications include Breaking the Sequence: Women's Experimental Fiction (with Miriam Fuchs, 1989), Joan Didion: Essays and Conversations (1984), Joyce Carol Oates (1980), and essays in various journals. She is an Associate Professor of English at Trenton State College.
Laura Sue Fuderer is Rare Books Librarian at the Hesburgh Library at the University of Notre Dame.
Keith Louise Fulton currently holds a Prairie Regional Joint Chair in Women's Studies at the University of Manitoba/University of Winnipeg. Her previous publication on Faulkner was in The Canadian Review of American Studies. She has feminist articles forthcoming in other publications.
Margaret Gray-McDonald teaches in the French Department of Indiana University. Other publications include translations from the French and a forthcoming book review.
Molly Hite's The Other Side of the Story: Structures and Strategies of Contemporary Feminist Narrative is forthcoming in 1989. She is also author of Ideas of Order in the Novels of Thomas Pynchon and of the novel Class Porn. She is Associate Professor of English at Cornell University.
Ellen Carol Jones, Guest Coeditor of this special issue and Managing Editor of this journal, has previously published essays on Virginia Woolf and James Joyce. She will also Guest Coedit our forthcoming special issue on Feminist Readings of Joyce, announced for the Autumn 1989 issue.
D. S. Neff teaches at the University of Alabama in Huntsville. He has previously published essays in the Victorian Newsletter, in Literature and Medicine, in Eire-Ireland, and (forthcoming) in American Notes and Queries.
Margaret Moan Rowe, an Advisory Editor and Guest Coeditor of this special issue, frequently reviews for this journal. Her published articles are on L. P. Hartley, John le Carré, Muriel Spark, Margaret Drabble, and Nadine Gordimer.
Charles Ponnuthurai Sarvan is currently participating in teaching Commonwealth literature at the University of Frankfurt. A previous contributor to MFS, he has also published in Conradiana, in the International Fiction Review, and in the Journal of Commonwealth Literature.
Bonnie Kime Scott is author of many books and articles on Joyce, on other Irish writers, and on feminist theory. Among them are her Joyce and Feminism (1984), James Joyce: Feminist Readings (1987), and her edition of New Alliances in Joyce Studies (1988).
Toby Silverman Zinman is an Associate Professor of English in The University of the Arts in Philadelphia. Her various previous publications include a study of Katherine Mansfield in MFS, several articles in American Theatre, and studies in The Modern Age, Modern Drama, and elsewhere. [End Page 334]