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700 NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS Essayists Martin Warner is Associate Fellow of the Department of Philosophy, and of the Centre for Research in Philosophy, Literature and the Arts which he helped to found, at the University of Warwick; he is also co-editor of Ashgates book series Transcending Boundaries in Philosophy and Theology. His publications include A Philosophical Study ofT. S.Eliot's "Four Quartets" and Philosophical Finesse: Studies in the Art ofRational Persuasion, together with edited volumes on religion and philosophy, Sir Frank Kermodes literary criticism, Plato's literary strategies, and the Bible as rhetoric. Thomas Trzyna teaches literature and philosophy at Seattle Pacific University. He has just finished Let.lezios Spiritual Quest, a study of JeanMarie Gustave LeClezio's fiction and essays. Among his recent books are Meeting God, a novel about Islamic mysticism, and Blessed are the Pacifists: The Beatitudes and Just War Theory. Jeffrey Bilbro is an Assistant Professor of English at Spring Arbor University. His essay on John Muir is part of a larger book-length manuscript on the Christian roots of ecological ethics in American literature. Robin Colby received her Ph.D. from Duke University and is Professor of English and Department Head at Meredith College in Raleigh, North Carolina. She specializes in Victorian literature and is the author of a book on Elizabeth Gaskell. Lynne Walhout Hinojosa is an Assistant Professor in the Honors Program at Baylor University, teaching courses in Great Texts and in literature. Specializing in twentieth-century British literature, her publications include The Renaissance, English Cultural Nationalism, and Modernism, 1860-1920 (Palgrave 2009) and essays in Journal ofModern Literature, English Literature in Transition, and Clio. She is currently working on a book that examines ethics, religion, and the uses of biblical typology in modernist novels. Poets J. Morris has published fiction and poetry in many literary magazines in the U.S.and Great Britain, including The Southern Review, Missouri Review, 701 Five Points, Subtropics, Prairie Schooner, and Fulcrum. His work has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize and reprinted in Twentieth Century Literary Criticism. A chapbook, The Musician, Approaching Sleep, appeared in 2006 from Dos Madres Press. Brett Foster's first book of poetry, The Garbage Eater, has recently been published by Triquarterly Books / Northwestern University Press. His poems, essays, and reviews have recently appeared in Ascent, Atlanta Review, Books & Culture, Crab Orchard Review, First Things, IMAGE, Kenyon Review, Literary Imagination, Pleiades, Poet Lore, and Seattle Review. He teaches creative writing and Renaissance literature at Wheaton College. Mary Romero studied at Regent College in Vancouver, BC, where she received her Master's degree and The Luci Shaw Prize in Creative Writing for her poetry thesis, Philoxenia. Some of her poems have been published in Southwestern American Literature, PRISM International and Crux, among other journals. Recently, she moved to Chattanooga, Tennessee to work as the Minister ofArts and Liturgy for the Mission Chattanooga, and she lives there with her husband Ben and her newborn daughter, Amelie Joy. Kinzee Ellis received the Neal-Marshall Fellowship from Indiana University and earned her MFA in Poetry from IV. Kinzees radio appearances include NPR's weekly series "The Poets Weave:' Kinzee has poetry published Rock & Sling and The Laurel Review. Sarah Blake lives just outside of Philadelphia. Her poetry has recently appeared or isforthcoming in The Threepenny Review, Sentence, and Witness. ...


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