Peggy Bach, author of numerous articles on Evelyn Scott, is at work on a biography of Scott for which she received a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. Her work has appeared in The Southern Review, The Southern Literary Journal, and other places.
Russell E. Brown is Professor of German and Slavic Languages at the State University of New York at Stony Brook. Among his publications are books on Brecht and H. H. Jahnn. A book on the Polish author Bruno Schulz is forthcoming.
Hugo Caviola is an Instructor of German and English at the Institute Fetan, Switzerland. Forthcoming publications include articles on Theodor Fontane and Marlen Haushofer and a book on the treatment of space in German and American postmodernism.
Alice Kuzniar is Associate Professor of German and Comparative Literature at the University of North Carolina. She received the South Atlantic Modern Language Association Award for her book Delayed Endings: Nonclosure in Novalis and Hölderlin, University of Georgia Press, 1987.
Kim Mcmullen, Assistant Professor English at Kenyon College, is the author of short stories and a series of articles on reflexive and experimental fiction.
Eva-Maria Metcalf, a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Minnesota, has published in Children's Literature Association Quarterly, Amsterdemer Beiträge zur neueren Germanistik, and The Lion and the Unicorn: A Critical Journal of Children's Literature.
William T. Stafford, a founder and an editor of MFS throughout its history, is author of Books Speaking to Books: A Contextual Approach to American Fiction (1981) and of numerous articles on James, Fitzgerald, Faulkner, Hemingway, Updike, and others in at least a score of journals. He is also an editor of several books on modern American writers and has written three short stories about the Chicago Cubs.
Virginia Tiger, Professor of English at Rutgers University at Newark, is author of William Golding: The Dark Fields of Discovery. She has contributed articles on Doris Lessing and William Golding to journals such as Style, Twentieth Century Literature, and Journal of Modern Literature. [End Page 322]