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Bruce Michelson, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Michael J. Kiskis, Elmira College

Lawrence I. Berkove, University of Michigan-Dearborn, Emeritus
Joseph Csicsila, Eastern Michigan University
Kerry Driscoll, Saint Joseph College
Ann Ryan, Le Moyne College
Mark Woodhouse, Elmira College
Barbara Snedecor, Elmira College

James E. Caron, University of Hawai'i
Shelley Fisher Fishkin, Stanford University
Alan Gribben, Auburn University at Montgomery
Susan Harris, University of Kansas
Lawrence Howe, Roosevelt University
Holger Kersten, Universität Magdeburg
Judith Yaross Lee, Ohio University
James Leonard, The Citadel
Sharon McCoy, University of Georgia
Jeffrey Melton, Auburn University at Montgomery
Linda Morris, University of California-Davis, Emeritus
Tom Quirk, University of Missouri-Columbia
Laura Skandera Trombley, Pitzer College

Robert H. Hirst, University of California, Berkeley

Cameron Nickels, James Madison University, Emeritus
David E.E. Sloane, University of New Haven
Jeffrey Steinbrink, Franklin and Marshall College
Henry Wonham, University of Oregon

Louis J. Budd, Duke University, Emeritus
Alan Gribben, Auburn University at Montgomery
Robert H. Hirst, University of California, Berkeley
Tom Quirk, University of Missouri-Columbia
Ann Ryan, Le Moyne College
Gary Scharnhorst, University of New Mexico

Russell Banks
A prolific writer of fiction, Russell Banks' titles include The Darling, The
Sweet Hereafter, Cloudsplitter, Rule of the Bone, Affliction, Success
Stories, Continental Drift,  Searching for Survivors, Trailerpark, The Book
of Jamaica, The New World, and Hamilton Stark. The Angel on the Roof is a
collection of thirty years of Banks' short fiction. His meditation on
American history, entitled Amérique: Notre Histoire (translated by Pierre
Furlan) was recently published in France. Banks has contributed poems,
stories, and essays to The Boston Globe Magazine, Vanity Fair, The New York
Times Book Review, Esquire, Harper's and numerous others.  His most recent
novel, The Reserve, is set in the Adirondacks in 1936-37, at the height of
the Great Depression.