Robin L. Inboden is Professor of nineteenth-century British literature at Wittenberg University in Springfield, Ohio. She has previously published on Tennyson and Wordsworth and is currently researching projects on Hardy and George Eliot.
Kathryn Ready is Assistant Professor of English at the University of Winnipeg. A specialist in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century British literature, with a particular interest in women writers, she has recently published articles on Hannah More, Anna Aikin Barbauld, and Lucy Aikin and is writing a book on the Aikin family.
Esther T. Hu teaches Victorian Literature at Boston University and is the author of Christina Rossetti and the Poetics of Tractarian Suffering (forthcoming). She is writing a book on Christina Rossetti's religious poetry and has completed the English translation of her grandparents' love story, Heaven and Earth, set in China and the United States against the backdrop of World War II and the Chinese Civil War
Cheryl A. Wilson is Assistant Professor of English at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. She is the author of Literature and Dance in Nineteenth-Century Britain: Jane Austen to the New Woman (forthcoming, Cambridge Univ. Press), the editor of Byron: Heritage and Legacy (Palgrave 2008), and co-editor of Michael Field and Their World (Rivendale 2007, with Margaret D. Stetz). She is currently working on a project on fashion, literature, and the silver-fork novel.
Jeffrey E. Jackson is a doctoral candidate in the department of English at Rice University, with interests in nineteenth-century British literature, print culture, and book history. He has recently published an article on Elizabeth Gaskell, epigraphs, and Victorian publishing. [End Page 231]