JOHN D. ANDERSON is Associate Professor of Communication Studies at Emerson College in Boston. He has published articles on Faulkner "As I Lay Dying" and performance artist Marilyn Arsem in Text and Performance Quarterly, for which journal he serves as book-review coeditor. He performs oneperson shows nationwide on Charles Dickens, William Faulkner, and Henry James.
DANA E. ASPINALL is completing his dissertation, a reception study of the Beaumont and Fletcher canon during the seventeenth century, at the University of Connecticut. He has published articles in the "Dictionary of Literary Biography" and has reviewed several books for Renaissance Quarterly and Sixteenth Century Studies. His primary interests lie in Jacobean drama and its manipulations during the English Civil War and Interregnum years.
JAMES P. BEDNARZ is Professor of English at Long Island University, C. W. Post Campus, where he specializes in Renaissance literature and theater. He has a Ph.D. from Columbia University published articles in journals that include ELH, Renaissance Drama, Huntington Library Quarterly, Medieval and Renaissance Drama in English, Shakespeare Studies, and Library Quarterly. He recently completed a book on theatrical rivalry, Shakespeare and the Poets' War: The Crisis of Self-Reflection in Late Elizabethan Drama.
DOUGLAS BRODE is a screenwriter, author, film historian, and professor at the Newhouse School of Communications at Syracuse University, Onondaga