JOANNA R. BARTOW is Associate Professor of Spanish at St. Mary's College of Maryland. She has authored a study of Latin American women's testimonial writing, fiction, and critical theory (U of North Carolina P, 2003).
MARY G. BERG is a Visiting Scholar at Brandeis University's Women's Studies Research Center and teaches Spanish at Harvard Extension School and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She has published articles on a number of nineteenth- and twentieth-century Latin American women writers.
ALYCE COOK is Associate Professor of Spanish at Columbus State University (Georgia). Her research centers on post-boom Argentine women's narrative and the work of Luisa Valenzuela.
ISABEL DULFANO has published articles on testimonial literature as well as Spanish American women and Chicana writers. She is an independent scholar living in Salt Lake City, Utah.
ANA GARCÍA CHICHESTER is Associate Professor of Spanish at Mary Washington College (Virginia). She specializes in twentieth-century Cuban literature and has written on Miguel Barnet and Cuban testimonial literature.
MARILYN MAY LOMBARDI is the author of The Body and the Song: Elizabeth Bishop's Poetics (Southern Illinois UP, 1995) and editor of a volume of essays on the North American poet, Elizabeth Bishop: The Geography of Gender (UP of Virginia, 1993). She lives in Madison, Wisconsin.