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John Haydn Baker was awarded his PhD. by King's College London in 1999, for a study of the influence of the poetry of Wordsworth upon that of Robert Browning. He teaches at a number of universities in London, and is currently working on a literary biography of Thomas Lovell Beddoes.

Florence S. Boos is Professor of English at the University of Iowa. She is the editor of History and Community: Essays in Victorian Medievalism (1992) and author of The Design of William Morris' The Earthly Paradise (1991).

Benjamin F. Fisher, Professor of English at the University of Mississippi, has published a study of the reception of A Shropshire Lad in A. E. Housman: A Reassessment, ed. Alan W. Holden and J. Roy Birch (1999), and a study of British reception of The Red Badge of Courage in Stephen Crane in War and Peace, ed. James H. Meredith (1999). He is editing the letters of Ella D'Arcy.

Mary Ellis Gibson, Professor of English at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, is author of History and the Prism of Art: Browning's Poetic Experiments (1987), editor of Critical Essays on Robert Browning (1992), and author of Epic Reinvented: Ezra Pound and the Victorians (1995).

Donald E. Hall is Professor of English at California State University, Northridge. His most recent book is The Academic Self: An Owner's Manual, published by Ohio State University Press. He will be editing a redesigned Victorian studies series at that press under the new general title “Victorian Critical Interventions.”

Linda K. Hughes is Professor of English at Texas Christian University. She is the author of The Manyfacèd Glass: Tennyson's Dramatic Monologues (1987) and co-author, with Michael Lund, of The Victorian Serial (1991).

Jeffrey B. Loomis teaches at Northwest Missouri State University. He is the author of Dayspring in Darkness: Sacrament in Hopkins (1988).

Margot K. Louis is Associate Professor of English at the University of Victoria and author of Swinburne and His Gods: The Roots and Growth of an Agnostic Poetry (1990).

Clinton Machann is Professor of English at Texas A&M University. Among his recent publications are The Genre of Autobiography in Victorian Literature (1994), The Essential Matthew Arnold: An Annotated Bibliography of Major Modern Studies (1993), and Matthew Arnold: A Literary Life (1998).

Rosemarie Morgan is a Fellow at Yale University. She is author of Women and Sexuality in the Novels of Thomas Hardy (1988) and Cancelled Words: Rediscovering Thomas Hardy (1992); editor of Days to Recollect: Essays in Honour of Robert Schweik (2000); and, with Richard Nemesvari, of Human Shows: Essays in Honour of Michael Millgate (2000).

Gary H. Paterson is Professor of English at King's College, London, Canada. He has published articles on various writers of the 1890s including Oscar Wilde, John Gray, Lord Alfred Douglas,and Lionel Johnson.

Catherine Phillips is Fellow in English at Downing College, Cambridge. Her publications include editions of the Poems, and Selected Letters of Gerard Manley Hopkins, and the manuscripts of W. B. Yeats's play, The Hour-Glass. She has written a biography of Robert Bridges and completed vol. II of John Donne (Critical Heritage series). She is currently writing a monograph on Gerard Manley Hopkins and art.

David G. Riede, Professor of English at Ohio State University, has written books on Arnold, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, and Swinburne. His most recent book is Dante Gabriel Rossetti Revisited (1992).

Jessica Walsh is a member of the English Department at Harper College near Chicago. In addition, she is completing her dissertation at the University of Iowa. A poet and critic, her work has previously appeared in the Iowa Journal of Cultural Studies, Mobius, New Press Literary Quarterly, and Blood and Fire Review.



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