Number 1, 2008
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Howard Finn teaches literature and aesthetics at Queen Mary, University of London. He has published on cinema and modernism, including several articles on Dorothy Richardson. He contributed a Richardson-related essay to the recent Cambridge Companion to the Modernist Novel.
Stacey Fox recently completed her thesis, The Idea of Madness in Dorothy Richardson, Leonora Carrington and Anaïs Nin, at The University of Western Australia. She currently works at the Centre for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning, and is working on a project on Zelda Fitzgerald.
Abbie Garrington completed a PhD in English literature at the University of Edinburgh, and now teaches part-time in the literature department, as well as helping to run the James Tait Black Memorial Prizes for Literature. Her research interests are in modernist literature, twentieth century poetry and contemporary fiction. She is currently working on a monograph entitled Haptic Modernism, a history of the conceptualisation of touch and its role in early twentieth century literature. She is also a keen traveller and expeditioner, and was the Creative Leader of the British Schools Exploring Society expedition to the Peruvian Amazon in summer 2008.
Eveline Kilian is Professor of English Cultural Studies and Cultural History at Humboldt University, Berlin. She is author of Momente innerweltlicher Transzendenz: Die Augenblickserfahrung in Dorothy Richardsons Romanzyklus Pilgrimage und ihr ideengeschichtlicher Kontext. Tübingen: Niemeyer, 1997.
Scott McCracken teaches in the English Department at Keele University. He is the author of Masculinities, Modernist Fiction, and the Urban Public Sphere (Manchester University Press, 2007).
Laura Marcus is Regius Professor of Rhetoric and English Literature at the University of Edinburgh. She is the author of The Tenth Muse: Writing about Cinema in the Modernist Period (2007).
Jesse Matz is Associate Professor of English at Kenyon College. He is the author of The Modern Novel: A Short Introduction (Blackwell 2003) and Literary Impressionism and Modernist Aesthetics (Cambridge 2001), as well as a number of articles on modernist literature and culture.
Eva Tucker's most recent novel is Berlin Mosaic (Starhaven, 2005). Her short monograph on Dorothy Richardson, The Enchanted Guest of Spring and Summer was published by the Hypatia Trust (2002). She is a member of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers).