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162 the minnesota review Contributors DENISE BOERCKEL will be Assistant Professor of Rhetoric and Composition at Clemson University in Fall 1988. She is finishing up a study of Kenneth Burke. CAROLYN BURKE has published translations of Luce Irigaray's work as well as numerous articles on contemporary French feminism and modernist women writers such as Gertrude Stein, Djuna Barnes, and Mina Loy. A contributing editor of HOW(ever), she is currently teaching at the University of California, Santa Cruz. JOHN CAREY teaches English as a second language at an adult learning center in Willimantic, CT. His first book of poems was entitled Hand to Hand (Curbstone Press, Willimantic, CT). These are his first translations. JENNIFER CLARKE is Assistant to the President at Stony Brook, where she is also a doctoral candidate in the English Department. She is co-author with Peter Elbow of "Desert Island Discourse" in The Journal Book (1987) and has published interviews with Benedict Kiely (1987) and Thomas Flanagan (1988) in The Irish Literary Supplement. ENID DAME was born in Beaver Falls, PA. She now lives in Brooklyn and teaches creative writing at Rutgers University in New Jersey and composition (night school) at Lehman College in the Bronx. TERESA DE JESLÍS lives and works in Santiago, Chile; her first collection of poems was entitled De Repente/All ofa Sudden (Curbstone Press, Willimantic, CT.), translated by Maria Proser , Arlene Scully, and James Scully. PAGE DOUGHERTY DELANO lives in New York City with her husband and two children. For Spring 1988 she is Writer-in-Residence at Saratoga Springs Public Library, Saratoga NY. She lived for a number of years in southern West Virginia, where she was an activist among coalminers and their families. Her work has appeared recently in West Branch and Prairie Schooner. PATRICIA EAKINS's stories and poems have appeared in numerous magazines, including Chicago Review, Black Warrior Review, The Worcester Review and The Massachusetts Review. A long story, "Oono," has been published as a chapbook (1-74 Press). Eakins has been a literary fellow of the National Endowment for the Arts and of New York State's CAPS. MARIAN F. FREEMAN is Associate Professor of Spanish at Colorado State University . She has published feminist criticism, studies on medieval and Renaissance literature and on twentieth-century Spanish and Spanish American authors. Her translations ofpoetry by Spanish American women poets appear in numerous magazines. LINDA A. FROST is a poet and a doctoral candidate in English at Stony Brook. ELLEN GRUBER GARVEY is a graduate student and teacher at the University of Pennsylvania . Her work has appeared in Feminist Studies, Sinister Wisdom, and the anthology Tribe ofDiana. JOHANNA X.K. GARVEY is Visiting Assistant Professor in Comparative Literature at New York University. Her work has been primarily on the city; her current Reviews 163 focus is on women writers in New York, London, and Paris, 1905 to the present. JEROLD R. GOLD is an Assistant Professor in the Ferkauf Graduate School of Professional Psychology of Yeshiva University, and is engaged in the practice of psychoanalysis and psychotherapy in New York City. JUNE GOODWIN has been a journalist for Reuter News Agency and The Christian Science Monitor in many countries. Her book on South Africa, Cry Amandla, published in June 1984, was banned in South Africa two months later. She has had poems published in the Monitor and Kalliope and was a finalist in The Nation's poetry competition in 1981. JANICE HANEY-PERITZ is Associate Professor and Chair of the English Department at Beaver College, PA. She has published articles on literature, composition, and contemporary critical theory, including feminism, in such journals as Studies in Romanticism, ELH, and Women's Studies. She is currently working on a study of the discourse of sexuality in 18th- and 19th-century literature. JAMES HARMS has had poems in recent issues of Poetry, MSS and The Louisville Review. He is completing graduate work at Indiana University where he teaches creative writing. MARIANNE HIRSCH teaches French and comparative literature at Dartmouth College. She is author of Beyond the Single Vision: Henry James, Michel Butor, Uwe Johnson (1981), and co-editor with Elizabeth Abel and Elizabeth Langland of The Voyage In: Fictions...


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