ISSUES | Contributing Authors
Philip C. Kolin is a widely published scholar who teaches at the University of Southern Mississippi. He is the editor of Studies in American Drama.
Born in 1935 in the south of Chile, Jorge Teillier is the author of several poetry collections which have won numerous awards and prizes.
Douglas Delaney’s work has appeared in Ploughshares and other journals. 
Kerry Johanssen has degrees in biology and philosophy.
Joanna Scott is the author of a novel, Fading, My Parmacheene Belle.
Ellen Lesser has published stories in Tendril, Mississippi Review, and elsewhere.
Tibor Dery (1894-1977) was a Hungarian writer. He was a supporter of the communist party, but after being dispelled from the ranks, he started writing satire on the communist regime in
Jack Myers’s book, As Long As You’re Happy (Graywolf Press, 1986) was a winner of the 1985 National Poetry Series. He has co-edited A Profile of American Poetry (Southern Illinois
Raymond Carver’s publications include a book of poems, At Night The Salmon Move (Capra Press, 1976) and the short story collections Will You Please Be Quiet, Please? (McGraw-Hill, 1976) for which