KYOKO AMANO was Cultural Diversity/Minority Fellow at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford in 2001-2002; currently she is Assistant Professor of English at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
SARAH CATLIN BARNHART is a doctoral candidate in English at the University of Missouri, where she teaches literature, folklore, and film. Her dissertation deals with kitchens as gendered space in literature of the southern United States.
CHANDRIMA CHAKRABORTY was born in Hooghly, West Bengal, India. She came to Canada in 1999 to pursue a Ph.D. in English at York University, Toronto. Her area of interest is discourses of nationalism in postcolonial literatures.
FU-JEN CHEN is Assistant Professor in the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures at National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan, where he teaches American ethnic literature. He has published numerous essays on Asian American literature.
JANET HYUNJU CLARKE is a librarian at SUNY-Stony Brook.
BILL CLEM is a doctoral student in Multicultural American Literatures and Women's Studies at Northern Illinois University. He has recently published bio-bibliographic and encyclopedic entries on Fatima Lim-Wilson and Ann Petry. He received the Sarah E. Wright Best Graduate Paper Award at the