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Krister Paul Friday
Krister Friday is a doctoral candidate in English at Michigan State University. He is currently completing his dissertation on periodization and the historical imagination in selected postmodern American fiction. His work has also appeared in The Faulkner Journal.
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Matthew Hart
Matthew Hart is a doctoral candidate and lecturer in English at the University of Pennsylvania. His dissertation, “Nobody’s Pidgin: Synthetic Vernacular Poetry and Transatlantic Modernism,” examines the intersection of vernacular language and high modernist form in British, Caribbean, and American poetry. Matthew’s review-essay “Solvent Abuse: Irvine Welsh and Scotland” appeared in the January 2002 issue of Postmodern Culture and a paper on Hugh MacDiarmid and Tom Nairn is forthcoming in Review 25.
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Julie Candler Hayes
Julie Candler Hayes is Professor of French at the University of Richmond. Her most recent books are Reading the French Enlightenment: System and Subversion (Cambridge UP, 1999) and Using the Encyclopédie: Ways of Reading, Ways of Knowing, co-edited with Daniel Brewer (Voltaire Foundation, 2002). She is currently completing a book project titled Temporality, Subjectivity, and the Cultural Work of Translation in France and England, 1600–1800.
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Kevin Marzahl
Kevin Marzahl is a doctoral candidate and Visiting Lecturer at Indiana University, at work on a dissertation called “Mindfulness: Poetics After Pacific Man.” His review of The Objectivist Nexus appeared in Postmodern Culture 10.3 (2000).
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Philip Metres
Philip Metres’s essays on poetry and war have been published or are forthcoming from the journals Contemporary Literature, Peace Review, and Peace and Conflict. His poems and translations of Russian poets have appeared in numerous journals, including Best American Poetry (2002). A Kindred Orphanhood: Selected Poems of Sergey Gandlevsky is forthcoming from Zephyr Press (2003). Catalogue of Comedic Novelties: Selected Poems of Lev Rubinshtein is forthcoming from Ugly Duckling Presse (2003). Primer for Non-Native Speakers is forthcoming from Kent State UP (2004). He is Assistant Professor of English at John Carroll University in Ohio.
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Thomas Swiss
MIT Press will publish Thomas Swiss’s new book in 2004. Co-edited with Adalaide Morris, the volume explores digital and new media poetry and poetics. Swiss is Professor of English and Rhetoric of Inquiry at the University of Iowa.
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George Shaw
George Shaw creates websites from his office in Pasadena, working primarily by himself on large scale projects for entertainment clients like New Line Cinema, Sony Pictures, and many others. He is a senior lecturer of design and illustration at Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles. He is also active in the design community as a regular contributing writer to industry publications. He is one of three judges for the How Magazine 2003 Design Annual, which will be available in the summer.
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Temenuga Trifonova
Temenuga Trifonova received her Ph.D in English from SUNY Buffalo in 2002. She has written on the Kantian and the postmodern sublime, special effects in cinema, Deleuze, Bergson, Blanchot, Heidegger, time and point of view in contemporary cinema. Her articles have appeared in International Studies in Philosophy, SubStance, CineAction, Kinema: A Journal for Film and Audiovisual Media, Interdisciplinary Literary Studies, and The Wallace Stevens Journal. Trifonova is the co-translator of Northrop Frye’s Myth and Metaphor into Bulgarian. She is currently pursuing a M.F.A in Film at the University of California, San Diego and working on a 16mm film entitled Zugzwang.
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Michael Truscello
Michael Truscello is a doctoral candidate in the Language and Literature program in the Department of English at the University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. His dissertation topic is the study of texts and practices that constitute open source software development. He has also published in the field of rhetoric of science, and he co-authored an online course in usability testing for Online-Learning.com. His current research is sponsored by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.
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Martin Wallace
Martin Wallace is currently completing his Ph.D. in Canadian Literature at the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg, Manitoba. He is also a part-time lecturer...

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ISSN
1053-1920
Launched on MUSE
2003-07-29
Open Access
No
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