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Editor: Harley Hammerman
St. Louis, Missouri

Volume 0


Our Contributors

MICHAEL BASILE is presently an assistant professor at New Jersey City University and formerly an actor and director.  He publishes in American Drama and Shakespeare Studies.

PER K. BRASK is a writer, dramaturg, translator, and a Professor of Theatre and Drama at the University of Winnipeg where he has taught since 1982.

CHARLES A. CARPENTER is Professor Emeritus of English at Binghamton University and has specialized in modern dramatic literature for forty years. He is best known for his massive two-volume work, Modern Drama Scholarship and Criticism, 1966-1990: An International Bibliography.

YOKO ONIZUKA CHASE holds a BA from Seinan Gakuin University, an MA from Butler University, and a Ph.D. from Kwansei Gakuin University. She is a professor at Osaka Kun-ei Women's Junior College.

THIERRY DUBOST is is Professor and dean of the Distance Learning Center at the University of Caen (France). He is the author of two books: Struggle, Defeat or Rebirth: Eugene O'Neill's Vision of Humanity and Le th鰾tre de Thomas Kilroy.

RICHARD EATON is Emeritus Professor of English, West Virginia University.  Together with Madeline Smith, he has published three books on O誰eill, including Eugene O誰eill in Court: Documents in the Case of Georges Lewys v Eugene O誰eill, et al. (1993), Eugene O誰eill: An Annotated International Bibliography, 1973 through 1999 (2001) and Eugene O'Neill: Production Personnel (2005), as well as over 20 articles and reviews on or about O誰eill.

BRAD FIELD taught English at Wayne State University, where he is now Professor Emeritus. He is the author of numerous scholarly publications, as well as various plays and works of fiction.

HARLEY J HAMMERMAN, MD received his undergraduate and graduate degrees at Washington University in St. Louis.  He is currently a radiologist in private practice in the greater St. Louis area.

EILEEN HERRMANN-MILLER is an Adjunct Professor of English at Dominican University of California. She is the author of several articles on Eugene O誰eill and is a board member of the Eugene O誰eill Foundation.

WILLIAM DAVIES KING is Professor of Dramatic Arts at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and chair of the department. He is the author of Henry Irving痴 展aterloo: Theatrical Engagements with Late-Victorian Culture and History (winner of the 1993 Callaway Award) and Writing Wrongs: The Work of Wallace Shawn.

DANIEL LARNER is Professor of Theatre at Fairhaven College, Western Washington University. He is a playwright, actor and scholar whose papers have appeared in numerous journals. Recently, his play, The Death of Christopher Marlowe aired in 1997 on Cyprus Radio.

HAIPING LIU is associated with the School of Foreign Studies at Nanjing University in China and is the International Secretary of the Eugene O'Neill Society.

MARY K. MALLETT is a consultant specializing in Information Technology and Computer System Development. Her grandmother, Mary Loretta Kunckel Mallett, was a first cousin of Eugene O'Neill.

JO MORELLO is a playwright residing in Sarasota, Florida. Her short play Gene & Aggie is excerpted from the full-length play EGO: A Haunted Life.

KARA REILLY is a production dramaturg and freelance writer. She holds a Master's degree in Performance Studies from New York University.

MADELINE SMITH is Professor and Chair of English, California University of Pennsylvania. With Richard Eaton as coauthor, she has published three books on O誰eill, including Eugene O誰eill in Court: Documents in the Case of Georges Lewys v Eugene O誰eill, et al. (1993), Eugene O誰eill: An Annotated International Bibliography, 1973-1999 (2001) and Eugene O'Neill: Production Personnel (2005), in addition to over 20 articles or reviews on or about O誰eill.

B. THIESSEN is an undergraduate English student at Trinity Western University, in Langley, B.C., Canada.

J. CHRIS WESTGATE is a PhD candidate in English at the University of California, Davis. He has published articles on David Mamet and Arthur Miller, chaired several panels devoted to American theatre at PAMLA and ALA, and his research focuses on 20th century American drama: specifically, how American myths and mythologies are portrayed upon and interrogated by the stage.

MELISSA LEIGH WINN is an undergraduate English major at Wellesley College.



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