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Reviews 165 Besides pubUshing in77ie Nation, Confrontation, Negative Capability, Wooster Review, and Madison Review, BARBARA ADAMS is an Associate Professor of English and Director of Business Communications at Pace University in Manhattan. BRUCE ANDREWS, a co-editor of the journal L=A=N=G=U=A = G=E, and of The L=A=N=G=U= A = G=EBook. His latest book of poetry is caUed Getting Ready To Have Been Frightened. ALLYSON BENNETT has poems in Sou'wester, Small Pond, Farmer's Market, Black Maria, Earthwise, Wisconsin Review, and Howling Dog. A student and peace activist at the University of Wisconsin /Oshkosh, Bennett is the editor of the Wisconsin Review and is currently editing From the Tongue of The Crow: Wisconsin Review Anthology . RUTH BERGES Uves in New York City and thrives there, we hope. CHARLES BERNSTEIN is author of Content's Dream: Essays 1975-1984 and co-editor of The L=A =N=G = U=A = G=EBook. His latest book of poetry is J don 't Have Any Paper So Shut Up (Or, Social Romanticism). STEVE BEST is a graduate student in Philosophy at the University of Chicago. He currently Uves in Austin, TX. WENDY BISHOP'S work appears in TheAmerican Poetry Review, Kansas Quarterly , and Denver Quarterly. DANIEL BOURNE has contributed translations of Tomasz Jastrun's work to Salkmagundi, Partisan Review and Prairie Schooner. He teaches at Western Illinois University and has recently pubUshed a chapbook, Boys Who Go Aloft ( Sparrow Press). ALICE BRAND is currently the director of writing and an associate professor of English at Clarion University. She has pubUshed widely and won several regional and national poetry prizes. Her books are, as it happens, (Wampeter Press, 1983) and Studies in Zone (BKMK Press). KATHY CHAMBERLAIN teaches English at Manhattan Community CoUege. A recipient of a 1988 Ohio Arts Counril Individual Arts FeUowship and a 1988 grant from the Kentucky Foundation for Women, LYNNE H. DECOURCY's poems most recently appeared in The Quarterly, Negative Capaility, Nimrod, and New Laurel Review. DENNIS DING, whose Chinese name is Ding Ting-sen, was born in 1942 in southwest China. He is a graduate in foreign language and Uterature of Guiyang Normal CoUege and Guizhou University, where he is Assistant Chairman of Foreign Languages. He has translated from EngUsh to Chinese over 100 works by T.S. EUot, Pound, H.D., Frost, W.C. WilUams, Roethke, BeUow, Hemingway, and Peter Benchley. Many of his translations have appeared in leading Chinese pubUcations. In 1985-86 he was a visiting scholar at Oakland University in Michigan. LAURA L. DOAN wiU be moving soon from Stetson University to the State University CoUege of New York at Geneseo. With research interests in feminist Uterary criticism and postwar British culture, Doan has edited an anthology on the representation of the spinster in the modern novel, Old Maids and Excellent Women. DENISE DUHAMEL teaches at Baruch CoUege, CUNY. Her work has recently appeared in The Massachusetts Review and 166 the minnesota review Ploughshares. RICHARD ELMAN is the author ofDisco Frito, a recently pubUshed book of stories about Central America (Gibbs Smith PubUshers, Layton Utah, 1988). JEFFREY FALLA has poems and short stories in North Dakota Quarterly, Rag Mag, Poetry Motel, and Bad haircut Quarterly; he Uves in North Dakota, where he repairs things Uke machines and enjoys the annual purifying freeze that allows him to write. DAI FANG was born in Shanghai in 19SS and graduated from high school with the limited education aUowed during the Cultural Revolution. After working in a shirt factory for five years, he enroUed in East China Normal University to study Chinese literature and language. Upon graduation in 1982, he took the entrance examination for graduate studies abroad and received one of two government feUowships in the field of comparative Uterature from Fudan University. He has Uved in the U.S. since 1983 and has a masters degree in comparative Uterature. He is currently in a Ph.D. program in comparative Uterature at the University of Michigan. A fiction writer, he has had several stories published in China. ELIZABETH FAY teaches English at the University of Massachusetts at Boston. THOM FINK teaches at LaGuardia CoUege and is a...


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