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Mary Ann Caws is Distinguished Professor of Comparative Literature, English and French at CUNY Graduate Center. Among her recent publications are Virginia Woolf: Illustrated Life (2004), Marcel Proust: Illustrated Life (2004), Surrealism (2004), Yale Book of Twentieth-Century Poetry (2004), and Mallarmé in Prose (2001).

James Finn Cotter is Professor of English at Mount Saint Mary College and the author of Inscape: The Christology and Poetry of Gerard Manley Hopkins (1972) and articles on Hopkins, Dante, Chaucer, Sidney, Bridges, and J. D. Salinger.

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.

Jean Fernandez is Assistant Professor of English at the University of Maryland Baltimore County.

Gerhard Joseph is Professor of English at CUNY Graduate Center and Lehman College. His publications include Tennyson and the Text: The Weaver's Shuttle (1992) and articles on Chaucer, Matthew arnold, George Eliot, and Dickens.

Walter Kokernot is Associate Professor and Chair of the English Department at Ohio Dominican University. He has published on Mark Twain and, with a Korean colleague, is translating Korean fiction into English.

Kathryn Ledbetter is Associate Professor of English at Texas State University-San Marcos and Editor of Victorian Periodicals Review. She is author with Terence Hoagwood of “Colour'd Shadows”: Contexts in Publishing, Printing, and Reading Nineteenth-Century British Women Writers (2005). Her articles on the Keepsake and other Victorian periodicals appear in various journals, and she is currently completing a manuscript on Tennyson's publications in Victorian periodicals.

Britta Martens is Lecturer in English at the University of the West of England, Bristol and the author of Standpunkt, Kunst und Wahrheit: Brownings Selbstthematisierung in The Ring and the Book (1999). She has published articles on Robert Browning in N&Q, SBHC, and BSN.



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