James Finn Cotter is a Professor of English at Saint Mary College. In addition to publishing numerous articles on Hopkins, he is the author of Inscape: The Christology and Poetry of Gerard Manley Hopkins (1972) and has translated Dante’s Commedia.
Lesley Higgins, Professor of English at York University, is the co-general editor of the Collected Works of Gerard Manley Hopkins (8 vols., Oxford University Press), for which she has edited Hopkins’s Diaries and Oxford Essays and co-edited the Dublin Notebook.
Elizabeth Howard is a PhD student in Victorian literature at the University of Minnesota, where she works with classical and biblical reception in late nineteenth-century poetry, particularly in the work of Gerard Manley Hopkins.
Amanda Paxton, Assistant Professor of English Literature at Trent University, Durham, is the author of Willful Submission: Sado-Erotics and Heavenly Marriage in Victorian Religious Poetry (2018).
Michael Rutherglen is a student in the Committee on Social Thought at the University of Chicago, a founding editor of the Winter Anthology (http://winteranthology.com), and the recipient of a Ruth Lilly Fellowship for Poetry.
Julia F. Saville, Professor of English at the University of Illinois, is the author of A Queer Chivalry: The Homoerotic Asceticism of Gerard Manley Hopkins (2000) and Victorian Soul-Talk: Poetry, Democracy, and the Body Politic (2017).
Justin Tackett received his PhD in English from Stanford University and is a Post-doctoral Scholar in English there. He has been a Smithsonian Fellow and Emily Dickinson International Society Fellow.
Helen Vendler, the A. Kingsley Porter University Professor Emerita at Harvard University, has written distinguished books on Emily Dickinson, W. B. Yeats, Wallace Stevens, John Keats, and Seamus Heaney and is the author of The Breaking of Style: Hopkins, Heaney, Graham (1995).