Number 7, 2015
Rebecca Bowler is Research Associate on the Richardson Editions Project at Keele University. Her PhD, on Dorothy Richardson and visual modernism, was awarded by the University of Sheffield in 2013. She has a particular interest in women modernist writers, and has published on Katherine Mansfield and Dorothy Richardson. She is also cofounder of the May Sinclair Society.
Richard Ekins is a jazz record producer and Emeritus Professor of Sociology and Cultural Studies in the School of Media, Film and Journalism at Ulster University, UK, where he directed the Transgender Archive from 1986 to 2010. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and a retired Member of the British Psychoanalytical Society. His authored and edited books include Blending Genders (with Dave King), Routledge, 1996; Male Femaling, Routledge, 1997; Unconscious Reality and Mental Life, Karnac, 2002; Virginia Prince: Pioneer of Transgendering (with Dave King), Haworth, 2005; The Transgender Phenomenon (with Dave King), Sage, 2006; and Anna Freud: Selected Writings (with Ruth Freeman), Penguin Modern Classics, 2015. His current research is focused on Authenticity in Early Jazz and New Orleans Jazz Revivalism, and on the Life and Work of Dorothy Richardson.
Howard Finn teaches literature and aesthetics at Queen Mary, University of London. He has published on cinema and modernism, including several articles on Dorothy Richardson. He contributed a Richardson-related essay to the recent Cambridge Companion to the Modernist Novel.
Scott McCracken teaches English literature at Keele University. He is General Editor of the Oxford University Press editions of Dorothy Richardson’s letters and fiction.
Chryssa Marinou is currently working on her PhD on Walter Benjamin, Henry James and Dorothy Richardson at the faculty of English Language and Literature, University of Athens, Greece. Her research interests include modernist literature, cultural studies, the urban public sphere and Modernity.
Carol Overrill is an independent researcher and family history specialist who lives in South Yorkshire.
Susan Reid is the Editor of the Journal of D. H. Lawrence Studies, the Reviews Editor of the Journal of Postcolonial Writing, and a Co-editor of three volumes of Katherine Mansfield Studies (2010-12) and an edited volume, Katherine Mansfield and Literary Modernism (Continuum/Bloomsbury, 2011). Since completing her Ph.D. on ‘D. H. Lawrence and Masculinities’ at the University of Northampton in 2008, Susan Reid has published several journal articles and book chapters on Lawrence and other modernists. Her work on Lawrence and music includes ‘“The insidious mastery of song’: D. H. Lawrence, Music and Modernism’ (JDHLS, 2011), which won a biennal award from the D. H. Lawrence Society of North America, and most recently the entry on Lawrence in the forthcoming Edinburgh Companion to Literature and Music (Edinburgh UP, 2016).
Eva Tucker’s most recent novels are Berlin Mosaic (Starhaven, 2005) and Becoming English (Starhaven, 2009). Her essay on Dorothy Richardson, ‘The Enchanted Guest of Spring and Summer’, appeared in the London Magazine, July 2013.