Contributors for Volume 1
David Allen, an associate professor in the department of Political Science at Colorado State University, specializes in public law and research methods. His most recent publications are forthcoming in the Social Science Journal: "Political Economy and the Adoption of Policies Governing Everyday Life in the American States," and "Class, Race, and Toxic Releases in American Countries, 1995." His previous work has focused on small group behavior on state supreme courts and the activities of women state supreme court justices. Michael Antonucci has previously published work in Poetry Motel. He is the author of an interview forthcoming in African American Review... Suzanne Brom is a doctoral student in the psychology program at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh... Bart Bryant is a doctoral student in the psychology program at Duquesne University... Hayan Charara is currently the editor of Graffiti Rag, an annual literary anthology. His publications have appeared in The Literary Review, The Cream City Review, Hanging Loose, and Rain City Review... Claire Cowan-Barbetti is currently a co-editor of Janus Head. Her poetry has also appeared in Moria... Carol V. Davis is the author of Letters from Prague and It's Time to Talk About. Her poems have appeared in many magazines and anthologies, including Nice Jewish Girls. She was the recipient of the Anna Davidson Rosenberg Award for Poems on the Jewish Experience in 1994... Brian Donohue is an Associate Professor in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Sudbury College of Laurentian University. His publications include an article on Plato's Republic for Teaching Philosophy and most recently articles on The Regulated Health Professions Act of Ontario and The Royal Commission Report on Aboriginal Peoples. He was the 1998 recipient of the Laurentian University Teaching Excellence Award... Frank Edler is an instructor at Metropolitan Community College. His essays have appeared in Research in Phenomenology and Social Research, among others... Mary Anne Franks is the founder and editor of Sous Rature: Tracings in Philosophy and editor-in-chief of Revisions. Her publications have appeared in Quarter After Eight: A Journal of Prose and Commentary, and various others. She was recently named a 1999 Rhodes Scholar... Hulya Guney is currently a doctoral student in the philosophy program at Duquesne University... James Hoggard is the McMurtry Distinguished Professor of English at Midwestern State University. His most recent books are Riding the Wind & Other Tales and Alone Against the Sea: Translations of Poems from Cuba by Paul Mesa. His works have appeared in Manoa, Southwest Review, Partisan Review, Ohio Review, Translation Review, and numerous others... Peter Junker is a former editor for The Art Institute of Chicago. His writings have appeared in The Iowa Review, Inland Architect, Progress, and Seekers... Scott Kaper is a doctoral student in the psychology program at Duquesne University and a consulting editor of Janus Head... Margo Kren is a professor in the department of Art at Kansas State University. She received the Phi Kappa Phi Artist Award in 1998. She has recently exhibited at the Edward Day Gallery in Ontario, Canada, the New Harmony Gallery of Contemporary Art, in Indiana, and the Yunnan Art Institute in Kunming, China... Elizabeth Mesa-Gaido is an assistant professor at Morehead State University in Morehead, Kentucky. She has recently exhibited at the Mexic-Arte museum in Austin, Texas, the ECC Visual and Performing Arts Center Gallery in Elgin, Illinois, and at Saint Xavier University in Chicago… Patricia Monaghan is a professor at the School for New Learning, Depaul University. Her publications include The New Book of Goddesses & Heroines and The Office Oracle: Wisdom at Work, among others... Jacqueline Neilson has been researching the lesbian body, the lesbian flesh and the desire found between the two in theory, clinical practice, and poetry. She is a doctoral student in the psychology program at Duquesne University and a consulting editor of Janus Head... Rex Olson is an adjunct professor at Alfred College in New York and a consulting editor of Janus Head... Caley Orr is currently a student in the anthropology program at the University of Colorado at Boulder and a member of the Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society. His poetry has appeared in The Palimpsest... Alan Pope is a doctoral student in the psychology program at Duquesne University. He is the co-author of two essays published in International Journal of Man-Machine Studies and University of Delaware Technical Report... Brent Dean Robbins recently presented a paper, "The Psychotic Dr. Schreber: A Critique of Freud's Theory of Paranoia," at the 1998 American Psychological Association Annual Convention. He is a co-editor of Janus Head... Elizabeth A. Say is the Chair of the Women's Studies Department at California State University in Northridge. She is the co-author of Gays, Lesbians, and Family Values. Her recent publications appear in Encyclopedia of Women and World Religion and Crosscurrents: The Journal of the Association for Religion and Intellectual Life... Jennifer Severns is a research associate at St. Francis Hospital in Pittsburgh and a doctoral student in the psychology program at Duquesne University. She is also a consulting editor for Janus Head... Vanessa Thompson received her BA in Art from the University of Natal (PMB) in South Africa. She is currently a doctoral student in the psychology program at Duquesne University... Thomas J. Tobin is currently the Instructional Technologist for Westmoreland Community College. He has recently been awarded a William Morris Society Dissertation Fellowship. His works are published in The McNeese Review, The Review of the Pre-Raphaelite Society, and others... David Vest has recently published a book titled Blue Ridge.