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  • Contributors’ Notes

Richard Flynn is an associate professor of English at Georgia Sourthern University where he teaches contemporary poetry and children’s literature. He has published articles in Children’s Literature, Children’s Literature Association Quarterly, and Children’s Literature in Education.

Julaine Gillispie is an undergraduate pursuing literary studies at Indiana University Purdue University at Indianapolis.

Kenneth Kidd teaches children’s literature and women’s studies at Eastern Michigan University. In his spare time, he runs with the wolves.

Heather Neff is an assistant professor of literature at Eastern Michigan University. She specializes in African-American literature and has recently published articles on Audre Lorde and the quest for black enfranchisement in the United States. Her book Redemption Songs: The Voice of Protest in the Poetry of Afro-Americans was published in 1990.

Patricia Pace is an associate professor of communication arts and director of theatre and performance at Georgia Southern University. She has adapted several children’s texts for the stage, including Little Women and The Hobbit, and has directed a version of Barrie’s Peter Pan.

Jerry Phillips teaches U.S. literature and postcolonial studies in the Department of English at the University of Connecticut. He is currently at work on the representation of “whiteness” in U.S. literary history.

Ian Wojcik-Andrews is an associate professor and teaches children’s studies in the Department of Language and Literature at Eastern Michigan University. He is writing a book entitled Children’s Films: History, Ideology, Pedogogy, Theory.

Naomi Wood is an assistant professor of English at Kansas State University, where she teaches children’s and adolescent literature and Victorian studies. She has published articles on George Macdonald and other nineteenth- and twentieth-century writers of fantasy.

Jack Zipes is a professor of German at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, and a co-editor of Lion & Unicorn.


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