Text: Editors, “Contributors,” Poe Studies, December 1981, Vol. XVIII, No. 2, 13:40


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W. T. BANDY is Director of the Center for Baudelaire Studies at Vanderbilt University and founder and editor of Bsulletin Baudelairien. He has written and edited numerous books and articles on Baudelaire and Poe, including an edition of Baudelaire’s Edgar Allan Poe: sa vie et ses ouvrages.

HAL BLYTHE and CHARLIE SWEET, Professors of English at Eastern Kentucky University, have published articles in such journals as College English, Studies in Short Fiction, Poe Studies, and Studies in Browning and His Circle. Under the collective pseudonym Hal Charles, they write mystery fiction for such journals as Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine.

BENJAMIN FRANKLIN FISHER IV is Associate Professor of English at the University of Mississippi and editor of University of Mississippi Studies in English. He has published extensively on Victorian poetry, on detective fiction, and on Poe, including the edited collection Poe at Work: Seven Textual Studies.

GERALD E. GERBER is Associate Professor of English at Duke University. His articles have appeared in American Literature, American Quarterly, Nineteenth-Century Fiction, ESQ, and Poe Studies.

GEORGE E. HATVARY is Professor of English at St. John’s University. His more important publications include an edition (with T. O. Mabbott) of Poe’s Prose Romances, a critical study, Horace Binney Wallace, a forthcoming edition of Wallace’s Henry Pulteney ( John Colet Press ), and a novel, The Suitor (Avon, 1981).

FREDERICK NEWBERRY is Assistant Professor of English at the University of Oregon. His articles have appeared in such journals as Papers on Language and Literature, Studies in Short Fiction, and ESQ. He is currently completing a book on Hawthorne’s use of history.

DAVID R. SALIBA is Assistant Professor at the University of Texas at San Antonio. He is author of A Psychology of Fear: The Nightmare Formula of Edgar Allan Poe.

G. W. SHERMAN is an independent scholar residing in San Jose, California. He has recently completed a book-length study of Poe in the context of major currents of American thought.


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