Text: Editors, “Contributors,” Poe Studies, June 1984, Vol. XVII, No. 1, 17:28


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MICHAEL L. BURDOCK, Adjunct Instructor of English at Wagner College, New York, recently completed his Poe dissertation at the University of Mississippi.

BENJAMIN FRANKLIN FISHER IV, Professor of English at the University of Mississippi, chairs the Annual Lecture Series for the Edgar Allan Poe Society of Baltimore, edits the University of Mississippi Studies in English, and is author of numerous studies of Poe. He is currently engaged in projects involving Poe and the periodical world of his day.

JAY JACOBY, Assistant Professor of English at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, directs the composition program there and is author of articles on writing, Poe, Baldwin, and Jewish-American literature.

STUART LEVINE, Professor of English at the University of Kansas, is founding editor of American Studies; author of books and articles on American society, art, music, and literature, including Edgar Allan Poe: Seer and Craftsman; and co-editor of The Short Fiction of Edgar Allan Poe.

JOHN E. REILLY, Professor of American Literature at the College of the Holy Cross, is author of numerous articles on Poe and his circle, including such figures as Frances Sargent Osgood, Sarah Helen Whitman, and Jane Ermina Locke. He is currently completing a revised edition of the Calendar to the Poe-Ingram Collection.

LOUIS A. RENZA, Associate Professor of English at Darrmouth College, has recently published “A White Heron” and the Question of Minor Literature, his essay “Poe’s Secret Autobiography” is forthcoming in the English Institute collection Reconsiderations of the American Renaissance.


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