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565 NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS Essayists Richard A. Rosengarten is Associate Professor of Religion and Literature at the University of Chicago Divinity School. He is the author of Henry Fielding and the Narration of Providence: Divine Design and the Incursions of Evil (Palgrave/MacMillan, 2000), and is completing a book under the title Styles of Catholicism: Flannery O’Connor, Frida Kahlo, Simone Weil. Larry D. Bouchard is a Professor and Director of the Graduate Program in the Religious Studies Department at the University of Viriginia. His research looks for intersections between religious thought (including theology, philosophy of religion, and ethics) and imaginative literature, especially prose fiction and drama. Mara Willard, a graduate of Harvard Divinity School, will hold the faculty position in Christian Studies at the University of Oklahoma beginning in Spring 2015. Her areas of specialty include religious and political thought in Hannah Arendt, Religion and the Modern West, Religion and Society, and Theories and Methods in Religious Studies. Matthew L. Potts is Assistant Professor of Ministry Studies at Harvard Divinity School. He conducts research at the intersection of literature, theology, and ethics and has a book on Cormac McCarthy and sacramental theology forthcoming from Bloomsbury Press. Paul J. Contino is Blanche E. Seaver Professor of Humanities at Pepperdine University and co-editor of Christianity and Literature. His essays have appeared in Studies in the Novel, Renascence, Religion and Literature, and Commonweal. Paul T. Corrigan is an Assistant Professor of English at Southeastern University, in Lakeland, Florida, and a PhD candidate at the University of South Florida, where he is writing a dissertation on postsecular contemporary American poetry. He has published essays on poetry and religion in Literature & Belief, Yeats Eliot Review, and Sewanee Theological Review and on teaching in Pedagogy, Reader, College Teaching, and other venues. Christianity and Literature 566 Poets G.C. Waldrep’s most recent books are The Arcadia Project: North American Postmodern Pastoral (Ahsahta, 2012), co-edited with Joshua Corey, and a chapbook, Susquehanna (Omnidawn, 2013). BOA Editions will release a long poem, Testament, in 2015. Waldrep lives in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, where he teaches at Bucknell University, edits the journal West Branch, and serves as Editor-at-Large for The Kenyon Review. Carl Winderl is Professor of Writing at Point Loma Nazarene Univeristy and earned a PhD from New Yrok Unicersity in Creative Writing. Finishing Line Press has published two books of his poems: Mary Speaks of Her Son (2005) and la Via de La Croce (2008). Janet Nippell has recently had poems appear in Rattle and A Narrow Fellow. She wrote Mostly on Foot: A Year in L.A. (Floating Island, 1989), a book in two voices narrating long walks, with Ben Yandell. Benjamin J. Chase teaches English at Christian Heritage High School in Trumbull, Connecticut. He has published articles in The Shoreline Source, The New Haven Register, and Christianity Today Magazine, and poetry in Fresh Ink and Second Nature. Moira Linehan’s recent work has appeared, or is forthcoming, in The Greensboro Review, Journal of Medical Humanities, Notre Dame Review, Poetry East, Salamander, and Wild Apples. After careers as a high school English teacher and administrator in high tech and academic settings, Linehan now writes full-time and occasionally leads poetry writing workshops in the greater Boston area. Jeffrey Bilbro is an Assistant Professor of English at Spring Arbor University in southern Michigan. His poems have appeared in The Clarion Review, Radix, and The Penwood Review, and his book, Loving God’s Wildness: The Christian Roots of Ecological Ethics in American Literature, is forthcoming from the University of Alabama Press. He and Jack Baker are currently working on a manuscript that explores how Wendell Berry’s vision could inform higher education. 567 Notes on Contributors Director of Creative Writing and Professor of English at Lock Haven University, Marjorie Maddox has published nine collections of poetry— most recently Local News from Someplace Else (Wipf & Stock) and a 2013 ebook of Perpendicular As I (1994 Sandstone Book Award)—as well as over 450 stories, essays, and poems in journals and anthologies. Co-editor of Common Wealth: Contemporary Poets on Pennsylvania (Penn State Press) and author of two children’s books, she is the recipient of numerous awards...


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