MARTIN BUTLIN is Keeper of the British Collection of the Tate Gallery, London, author of numerous works on Blake and Turner, and frequent contributor to Blake.
SUSAN FOX, Queens College, City University of New York, has published essays on Blake and Spenser and a book, Poetic Form in Blake’s Milton (Princeton, 1976). Her poetry has appeared in the Chicago Review, The Paris Review, and The New York Quarterly.
THOMAS R. FROSCH is Associate Professor of English at Queens College. He has written The Awakening of Albion, a study of Blake, as well as a forthcoming book of poetry, Plum Gut (New Rivers Press).
ROBERT F. GLECKNER is Professor of English at Duke University. His most recent article is “From Selfish Spleen to Equanimity: Byron’s Satires,” in the summer 1979 issue of Studies in Romanticism.
THOMAS V. LANGE, a specialist in illustrated books, is Assistant Curator of Printed Books and Bindings at the Pierpont Morgan Library, New York. He co-authored the article in the Times Literary Supplement (14 Jan., 1977) reporting the discovery of an unrecorded album of Blakeana, and is bibliographer of The Illustrator and the Book in England, 1790-1914. At present he is compiling a catalogue of the Blake collection at the Morgan Library, to appear in Blake.
N. G. D. MALMQVIST, Stockholm, was in China during the Blake bicentennial year, 1957, and is returning to China this spring. His Swedish translation of An Island in the Moon was published in April and a selection of Songs of Innocence and Songs of Experience in Swedish translation will appear in Radix (Autumn, 1979).
MORTON D. PALEY is an NEH research fellow for 1979-1980. His most recent book is an introduction to Blake’s art: William Blake (Phaidon). He continues to work on his book-length study of Jerusalem.
WARREN H. STEVENSON, Professor of English at the University of British Columbia, is the author of a number of essays on Blake.
ROBERT H. TENER, Professor of English, University of Calgary, has published articles on Richard Holt Hutton and Walter Bagehot, and on the editorship of the Spectator, Economist, and the National Review.
RAYMOND E. THOMPSON, Columbus, Ohio, a professional engineer, is a Blake enthusiast and collector.
© 1979 by Morris Eaves & Morton D. Paley
EDITORS: Morris Eaves, Univ. of New Mexico, and Morton D. Paley, Univ. of California, Berkeley.
BIBLIOGRAPHER: Thomas Minnick, Ohio State University.
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DENNIS M. WELCH, Clarkson College, has published scholarly articles in Bucknell Review, Studies in Philology, Mosaic, and Forum.
JOSEPH ANTHONY WITTREICH, JR., Professor of English, University of Maryland, is the author of Angel of Apocalypse (1975) and Visionary Poetics (1979). He is currently at work on a book-length study, The Poetry of The Rainbow: Romantic Poetry as Prophecy.
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