CORA AGATUCCI teaches African culture and literature as well as women’s studies at Central Oregon Community College in Bend. She has published critical articles on African American literature and on the works of Doris Lessing.
MARLENE D. ALLEN is a doctoral candidate at the University of Georgia at Athens, with a concentration in African American women’s literature.
EBERHARD ALSEN is Professor of English at the State University College of New York at Cortland. A widely published scholar, he is most recently the author of Romantic Postmodernism in American Fiction.
TRELA ANDERSON is a doctoral candidate in English and Creative Writing at the University of Southwestern Louisiana.
CHERRON A. BARNWELL is a doctoral candidate in English at Howard University.
LEAN’TIN BRACKS is an Assistant Professor of English at Fisk University and the author of Black Women Writers of the Diaspora.
KIMBERLY N. BROWN is an Assistant Professor of English at Texas A&M University.
MARILYN D. BUTTON is Associate Professor of English at Lincoln University. She has published several scholarly articles on British as well as American women writers.