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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.
Dirk Gindt has a Ph.D. in Performance Studies and works as a postdoctoral associate at Stockholm University. His research concentrates on the European premieres of Tennessee Williams’s plays. Gindt is coeditor of Fashion: An Interdisciplinary Reflection (Stockholm, 2009) and has published in Nordic Theatre Studies, The Tennessee Williams Annual Review, and Critical Journal in Fashion and Beauty. He is also the editor-in-chief of lambda Nordica, for which he is currently compiling a special issue on Williams’s impact in the Nordic and Baltic region.
Mauricio D. Aguilera Linde teaches at the University of Granada (Spain). Editor of an anthology of Victorian fairytales and a collection of Indian short fiction (Miraguano 2009), he specializes in American short fiction and drama of the forties and fifties from a cultural materialist perspective.
Stefanie Quinlan received her PhD in American literature from the University of Göettingen, Germany. She has taught German at the University of Colorado at Boulder and currently teaches English in Frankfurt.
Philip C. Kolin is the University Distinguished Professor in the College of Arts and Letters at the University of Southern Mississippi. He has published extensively on Williams’s canon and life, including Williams’s A Streetcar Named Desire, The Tennessee Williams Encyclopedia (Greenwood P, 2004), The Influence of Tennessee Williams: Essays on Fifteen American Playwrights (McFarland, 2008), The Undiscovered Country: The Later Plays of Tennessee Williams (P. Lang, 2002), and Confronting Tennessee Williams’s A Streetcar Named Desire: Essays in Critical Pluralism (Greenwood P, 1993). His articles on Williams have appeared in Modern Drama, Theatre History Studies, Journal of Dramatic Theory and Criticism, and Michigan Quarterly Review.
Thomas Keith currently edits the Tennessee Williams titles for New Directions Publishing as consulting editor. A Burns scholar, Keith has contributed articles to Studies in Scottish Literature, Robert Burns in America, The Burns Chronicle, Electric Scotland, The Drouth, and Fickle Man: Burns in the 21st Century.
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.