Peter Blair <firstname.lastname@example.org> is completing a DPhil at the University of York on South African English Liberal Fiction; part of this research was done at the University of Natal, Durban. He has published on South African literature in Current Writing and ManuScript. He is currently a Visiting Lecturer at Chester College of Higher Education.
Suzanne Del Gizzo <email@example.com> teaches in the English Department at Georgetown University. Her work has appeared in several journals including The Hemingway Review and the International Review of Modernism. She is currently completing a manuscript based on her dissertation that examines the intersection between recreation and identity in the life and work of Ernest Hemingway.
Elisa F. Glick <firstname.lastname@example.org> is Assistant Professor of English, Women's and Gender Studies at the University of Missouri-Columbia, where she teaches sexuality and gender studies, critical theory, and modern British and American literature. She has published articles in Cultural Critique and Feminist Review. Her current book project examines the relationship between homosexuality and modernity in fin-de-siècle and twentieth century literature and culture.
Meredith Goldsmith is an assistant professor of English at Whitman College in Walla Walla, Washington. She is the co-editor of Middlebrow Moderns: Popular American Women Writers of the 1920s (Northeastern UP, 2003) and has published articles on Edith Wharton, Nella Larsen, and Anzia Yezierska. Among her work in progress is a book manuscript on twentieth-century American women writers and the culture of consumption.
Susan Gubar is a Distinguished Professor of English at Indiana University and has recently published three books: Racechanges: White Skin, Black Face in American Culture (Oxford 1997); Critical Condition: Feminism at the Turn of the Century (Columbia 2000); and Poetry After Auschwitz: Remembering What One Never Knew (Indiana 2003).
Jinny Huh <email@example.com> is a Predoctoral Fellow in the Department of English at the University of Southern California. She has published in Jouvert: A Journal of Postcolonial Studies and has a forthcoming biography of Cathy Song in the Dictionary of Literary Biography Volume on Asian American Authors. She has taught at the University of Illinois at Chicago, USC, and the University of California at Santa Barbara. She is currently working on her dissertation titled "The Arresting Eye: Race and the Detection of Deception."
Brendon Nicholls is a Lecturer in English at the University of Leeds. His research interests are in American and Postcolonial literatures. He has recently published articles on post-Apartheid political violence and the institution of literature, on teaching Robert Frost's poetry in a South African university and on the cultural logic of the symptom in Tsitsi Dangarembga's Nervous Conditions. He is currently writing a book on the Beat Generation.
William Solomon <wsolomon@Gettysburg.edu> is the author of Literature, Amusement, and Technology in the Great Depression (2002). He is presently at work on a study entitled Machinic Modernisms: American Literature and Silent Screen Comedy, 1912–1945. He teaches in the Department of English at Gettysburg College.