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The Tennessee Williams Encyclopedia
Robert Bray is the founding editor of the Tennessee Williams Annual Review and the founding director of the Tennessee Williams Scholars Conference. He is the coauthor (with Barton Palmer) of Hollywood’s Tennessee: The Williams Films and Postwar America (2009) and author-editor of Tennessee Williams and His Contemporaries (2007). Bray also coedited (with Palmer) Modern American Drama on Screen (2013) and Modern British Drama on Screen (2013). A professor of English at Middle Tennessee State University, he has written dozens of essays and entries on Williams’s work.
Nick Moschovakis is an independent scholar and co-editor (with David Roessel) of Williams's Collected Poems and Mister Paradise and Other Short Plays. He has written critical and review essays for previous issues of TWAR; otherwise, his teaching and his publications have centered on Shakespeare and Milton. He is writing a book on allusion in early modern English literature.
Brian Parker is emeritus professor of English at the University of Toronto, where he has also served as director of graduate English studies, dean of arts, and vice provost of Trinity College. His wide ranging scholarship includes books and articles on Elizabethan drama and the works of Tennessee Williams.
Mark Bernard has published and presented essays on James Joyce, Irish literature, comics and sequential art, and film. He lives in Knoxville, TN, and teaches courses in composition, literature, and film studies at Carson-Newman College in Jefferson City, TN.
Joe Falocco is an adjunct professor of theatre at Catawba College and a Ph.D. candidate at UNC Greensboro. His most recent publication, an essay on George Bernard Shaw, appears in the 2004 New England Theatre Journal.
Mark Cave is manuscripts librarian at The Historic New Orleans Collection. He has been instrumental in assembling and cataloguing the materials in the Fred Todd Collection and has published several articles based on his work in the archives.
Allean Hale, adjunct professor of theatre at the University of Illinois-Urbana, has published widely on Tennessee Williams and has edited several of Williams's plays for publication by New Directions. She has been a consultant on three film documentaries of Williams's life and was assistant to Lyle Leverich on the official biography, Tom, The Unknown Tennessee Williams.
Nancy M. Tischler is professor emerita of English and Humanities at the Pennsylvania State University, where she taught for 33 years. A prolific author and invited lecturer, her other work on Williams includes The Selected Letters of Tennessee Williams, Volumes one and two, and The Student Companion to Tennessee Williams.