Ian Ayres is the William K. Townsend Professor of Law at Yale University,
and author of
Responsive Regulation: Transcending the Deregulation Debate.
Lucie Brock-Broido is the author of two collections of poems,
A Hunger and
The Master Letters. She directs the poetry program in the School of
the Arts, Columbia University.
John Buell is a political economist living in Southwest Harbor, Maine.
His most recent book, with Tom DeLuca, is
Sustainable Democracy: Individuality and the Politics of the Environment.
Jeremy Bulow is the Richard Stepp Professor of Economics at Stanford
University's Graduate School of Business.
Margaret Burnham is lecturer in political science at MIT. A former
trial judge, she maintains a civil rights and constitutional law practice.
Stephen Burt is a graduate student in English at Yale University.
His poems appear in PN Review and his criticism appears in the TLS,
Yale Review, Transition, Popwatch, and elsewhere.
Mark Conway lives in Avon, Minnesota with his wife and three sons.
Thomas M. Disch is a poet. His most recent book is
The Castle of Indolence: Poetry, Poets and Poetasters, a collection
of critical essays.
Stephen Ellis has published work in Midwest Quarterly, High
Plains Literary Review, and Pequod. He is currently a librarian
at Penn State University and a regular poetry reviewer for Library Journal.
Geoffrey Garrett is professor of political science at Yale University.
Andrew Glyn is fellow and tutor and University Lecturer in Economics
at Corpus Christi College, Oxford University.
William Greider is author of
One World, Ready or Not: The Manic Logic of Global Capitalism, now
in paperback. His previous books include
Secrets of the Temple: How the Federal Reserve Runs the Country and
Who Will Tell the People: The Betrayal of American Democracy.
Matthea Harvey recently won the Donald Justice Poetry Prize. Her poems
have appeared or are forthcoming in Prairie Schooner, Nimrod,
The North American Review, and the Iowa Journal of Cultural Studies.
Charles Larmore is professor of political science at the University
of Chicago. His books include The Romantic Legacyand The Morals of Modernity.
Brian Lennon is an assistant editor of The Iowa Review. His
writing has appeared in The Boston Book Review, American Book Review,
San Francisco Review, and elsewhere.
Thomas David Lisk is author of A Short History of Pens Since the
French Revolution, a collection of poems. He serves as head of the department
of English at North Carolina State University.
Rachel McCulloch is Rosen Family Professor of International Finance
at Brandeis University. She is currently a faculty associate of the Harvard
Institute for International Development.
Thomas I. Palley is Assistant Director of Public Policy at the AFL-CIO.
His publications include Post-Keynesian Economics: Debt, Distribution and the Macroeconomy
and the forthcoming
Plenty of Nothing: The Downsizing of the American Dream and the Case for Structural
Dani Rodrik is professor of international political economy at Harvard
University's John F. Kennedy School of Government, and author of
Has Globalization Gone Too Far?
Kris Saknussemm is the winner of Boston Review's Fifth
Annual Short Story Contest.
George Scialabba is a freelance writer living in Cambridge.
Tom Sleigh's latest book of poems is The Chain; The Dreamhouse will be forthcoming in
1999. He teaches at Dartmouth College.
Alan A. Stone is Touroff-Glueck Professor of Law and Psychiatry at
Harvard Law School.
John Tirman is executive director of the Winston
Foundation in Washington, DC, and author of
Spoils of War: The Human Cost of America's Arms Trade (The Free Press),
from which his essay is adapted.
Dmitri Tymoczko studied philosophy at Oxford University and is currently
studying music composition at the University of California, Berkeley. He has
written for The Atlantic Monthly, the Boston Pheonix, Lingua
Franca, and Transition.
Karen Volkman's book
Crash's Law was a 1995 National Poetry Series winner. She teaches
poetry at New York University and the New School for Social Research.
John Yau's most recent book of poems is