Notes on Contributors
Marta Werner is Associate Professor of English at D'Youville College. She is the author/editor of Emily Dickinson's Open Folios and Radical Scatters: An Electronic Archive of Dickinson's Late Fragments. She is also co-author/editor, with Nicholas Lawrence, of Ordinary Mysteries: The Common Journal of Nathaniel and Sophia Hawthorne.
Jack Stillinger is Center for Advanced Study Professor of English (emeritus) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. His latest scholarly book (his twenty-seventh) is Romantic Complexity: Keats, Coleridge, and Wordsworth, published by the University of Illinois Press in 2006.
Donald H. Reiman, Adjunct Professor of English at the University of Delaware, is co-editor of Shelley and his Circle and The Complete Poetry of Percy Bysshe Shelley, as well as author, editor, or compiler of numerous other editions and critical studies of British poets from Chaucer and Shakespeare to Yeats and A. R. Ammons.
J. C. C. Mays was professor of English at University College Dublin until he retired a few years ago. He has edited the Poetical Works of S. T. Coleridge in the Bollingen editon, as well as works by several Irish authors (W. B. Yeats, Denis Devlin, James Joyce).
David Greetham is Distinguished Professor of English, Interactive Technology, and Medieval Studies at the City University of New York Graduate Center. His books include Theories of the Text, Margins of the Text, Textual Transgressions, and Textual Scholarship. He founded the Society for Textual Scholarship in 1979 and was its first Executive Director and past President. His latest book is on The Pleasures of Contamination and he is currently working on a syntax of incomplete works.
W. Speed Hill was co-founder of STS, co-editor of Text, and past President of the Society of Textual Scholarship. For many years he was a professor of English [End Page 102] at Herbert H. Lehman College, City University of New York. In addition to almost one hundred critical essays on a wide variety of literary subjects, Hill served as general editor of the seven-volume edition of The Folger Library Edition of the Works of Richard Hooker, 1977-1998. He died in May 2007 after suffering through a particularly invasive form of Parkinson's.
George Bornstein is C. A. Patrides Professor of Literature at the University of Michigan and the current president of the Society for Textual Scholarship. He has written and edited numerous books and articles about nineteenth and twentieth-century literature, including Material Modernism: The Politics of the Page (Cambridge, 2001) and, with the late Richard J. Finneran, the volume Early Essays, vol. 4 of The Collected Works of W. B. Yeats (Scribner, 2007), a series of which he now serves as the general editor. His current book project is called "The Colors of Zion: Blacks, Jews, and Irish a Century Ago", under contract to Yale University Press. [End Page 103]