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  • Contributors

Robert Benson continues to write familiar essays, and he has poetry forthcoming in the SR and Gray’s Sporting Journal.

Wendell Berry had another story on Burley Coulter in the Sewanee Review for spring 2008. The fall issue will include his tribute to the late Hayden Carruth.

Morri Creech’s most recent collection of poetry, Field Knowledge, was awarded the Anthony Hecht Prize for 2005.

Lilian R. Furst, a native of Vienna, is the Bataillon professor of comparative literature, emerita, at the University of North Carolina. She has published some 20 books and over 100 articles, and her latest book will be reviewed in the fall issue.

Merrill Joan Gerber’s twenty-seventh book is a novel, The Victory Gardens of Brooklyn. She teaches fiction writing at the California Institute of Technology.

Henry Hart is the biographer of James Dickey. His most recent essay in this magazine is a long piece about his grandfather entitled “Journey to Mongolia.”

Brooke Horvath’s books include Understanding Nelson Algren and The Lecture on Dust (poetry).

Nancy Revelle Johnson is a historian who has reviewed various books, especially reminiscences, for this magazine since 1982.

George Keithley has written poetry, fiction, and nonfiction for the Sewanee Review and earned a Tate prize for poetry and a Spears prize for an essay.

Laurence Lieberman is a poet and critic of poetry who has long edited the poetry series for the University of Illinois Press.

Mel Livatino’s “A Certain Slant of Light,” an essay in autobiography, appeared in the SR for fall 2004.

Stephen Miller, who earned a Heilman prize for his reviewing in this magazine in 2004, is the author of Conversation (2006) and a new book, The Peculiar Life of Sundays.

Ed Minus, a regular contributor, has published poetry in the New Republic, the New England Review, Jacaranda, Natural Bridge, and Hawk & Whippoorwill.

Nancy Huddleston Packer, a native of Birmingham, has lived and worked in Stanford, California, for many years and is chiefly known for her fiction. She has a story appearing in the next issue (SR, summer 2009).

Sam Pickering will be delivering the Fletcher lecture this spring at Nicholls State University. His latest book on Australia will be published by the Mercer University Press.

Roger Sale, professor of English, emeritus, at the University of Washington, has written often for the Hudson Review and other quarterlies.

Cushing Strout, an intellectual historian who has published several books, has been a regular contributor, especially as a reviewer, to these pages since 1995.

George Watson is a fellow of St. John’s College, Cambridge, whose latest book, Never Ones for Theory, includes essays on Eliot, Richards, Empson, Lewis, and Leavis. [End Page xl]



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