|MICHAEL BEETLER teaches English literature at Montana State University.|
|GREGORY BENFORD is Professor of Physics at the University of California-- Irvine and a Nebula award-winner. His latest novel is Heart of the Comet.|
|LEIGHTON BREET COOKE teaches Russian literature at Texas A&M University and is an authority on sociobiology.|
|PASCAL DUCOMMUN is curator of the famed Pierre Versins library, the Maison d'Ailleurs, in Yverdon, Switzerland.|
|COLIN GREENLAND writes fantasy novels and reviews books for the London Times. He is the author of a study of the British New Wave, The Entropy Exhibition.|
|GEORGE R. GUFFY is Professor of English at the University of California-- Los Angeles. His specialties are seventeenth-century English literature and the uses of computers in the humanities.|
|JOHN HUNTINGTON is Professor of English at the University of Illinois at Chicago. He writes widely on science fiction and contemporary culture.|
|CLAYTON KOELS is Professor of German and Comparative Literature at the University of Chicago. His latest book is The Incredulous Reader.|
|FRANK MCCONNELL is Professor of English at the University of California -- Santa Barbara. He is a noted authority on modern fiction and film and an author of mystery novels.|
|JOSEPH MILLER teaches in the Department of Animal Physiology at the University of California -- Davis. He is a NASA researcher who hopes to see his animals in space by 1990.|
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Publication information: Book title: Aliens:The Anthropology of Science Fiction. Contributors: George E. Slusser - Editor, Eric S. Rabkin - Editor. Publisher: Southern Illinois University Press. Place of publication: Carbondale, IL. Publication year: 1987. Page number: 233.
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