Nilli Diengott, Senior Lecturer at Everyman's University in Tel Aviv, is author of three books in Hebrew on modern fiction, including her Poetics of Narrative Fiction (1986-1987).
Eric Heyne has written reviews for the New England Quarterly and the Journal of the Midwest Modern Language Association. He teaches at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks.
Peter Hühn, a Professor of English Literature at Hamburg University, has previously published in German on Yeats, on Robert Frost and Edward Thomas, and on critical theory, among other subjects.
Steven G. Kellman, a previous contributor to MFS, is author of many articles, The Self-Begetting Novel (1980), and Loving Reading: Erotics of the Text (1985). He is Professor of Comparative Literature at the University of Texas, San Antonio.
Clayton Koelb, frequent contributor to MFS and Guest Co-Editor of this special issue, is Professor of German and Comparative Literature at the University of Chicago. His many articles and reviews, his book on Goethe and Tolstoy (1984), his The Incredulous Reader (1984), and the recent The Current in Criticism (co-edited with Virgil L. Lokke) indicate the breadth of his interests.
Thomas M. Leitch is an Associate Professor of English at the University of Delaware where he directs the Film Studies program. He has previously published articles in MFS and elsewhere, is author of What Stories Are (1986), and is currently completing Storytelling and Sadism, a book on Alfred Hitchcock.
Virgil L. Lokke is an MFS Advisory Editor and Professor Emeritus here at Purdue. His long-time interest in literary theory is perhaps best witnessed by The Current in Criticism (1987), which he co-edited with Clayton Koelb and to which he contributed an essay.
Ian Mackenzie has recent or forthcoming articles in Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, Philosophy and Literature, and American Imago. He is currently a Lecturer in English at the Lausanne University Business School in Switzerland.
Karen Mcpherson teaches in the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures at Princeton. Several of her translations have been published in Yale French Studies.
Suresh Raval is author of Metacriticism (1981) and of The Art of Failure: Conrad's Fiction (1986) in addition to many articles and reviews. He is Professor of English at the University of Arizona.
Liliane Weissberg translates, edits, and writes. Articles in various journals, a forthcoming monograph on Poe, and an English version of her Geistersprache reveal her varied interests. She teaches in the German Department of The Johns Hopkins University. [End Page 406]