About the Editors

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Anthony Ambrogio has written extensively for Video Watchdog, Midnight Marquee, and Monsters from the Vault and has edited two books: Peter Cushing (2004) and You’re Next! Loss of Identity in the Horror Film (2008). His poetry appeared in Corridors 1 (“The Beaniad, ll. 1385-1540”) and 2 (“Interlude”). He served as an assistant editor of Corridors 4 and 5, is happy to perform the same function here, and must take the blame for designing Corridors’ 30th-anniversary website.

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Joseph Coulson’s first novel, The Vanishing Moon (2004), was selected for the Barnes & Noble Discover Great New Writers series and won the Book of the Year Award, Gold Medal in Literary Fiction, from ForeWord Magazine. His second novel, Of Song and Water (2007), was featured in the Los Angeles Times Book Review: Discoveries and was a finalist for the Great Lakes Book Award. Coulson also has published three books of poetry (The Letting Go, A Measured Silence, and Graph), and his stage play, A Saloon at the Edge of the World, written with William Relling, Jr., received a showcase production in TAM’s 1996 season of New American Plays. Coulson has been the recipient of a Gray Writing Fellowship (selected by Robert Creeley) and a Ph.D. in American literature from the State University of New York at Buffalo. He now lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts. His poetry appeared in Corridors 1 (“Love Poems: Pieces of Harley Without Beginnings and Without…”) and 2 (“Rooms”). Visit his website at http://www.josephcoulson.com

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Jane Dobija is a journalist and writer who, during a 15-year stint in Poland, reported for National Public Radio, The Independent and The Times of London, The Wall Street Journal, and others. She was the founding editor of a Warsaw-based international weekly, Gazeta International, and the founding director of the Warsaw Journalism Center, Poland’s first independent school of journalism since World War II. She has taught writing at Wayne State University, the University of Warsaw, and Loyola Marymount University, and is working on a novel, In Solidarity, about the Polish revolution. Dobija founded Corridors magazine in 1979 and edited every issue.

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Anca Vlasopolos has published the award-winning novel The New Bedford Samurai, the award-winning memoir No Return Address: A Memoir of Displacement, a collection of poems, Penguins in a Warming World, three poetry chapbooks, a detective novel, Missing Members, and over two hundred poems and short stories. Her poetry appeared in Corridors 1 (“Myths Crowding Greektown,” “The Catch,” “Campus One Night,” and “The Stamp”), 2 (“Alexandru Lazarescu: A Portrait in Seven Takes”), and 5 (“Not Yet in Memory”). She served as an assistant editor of Corridors 4 and 5. Visit her website at http://www.vlasopolos.com.

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