Anna Berehulak is a post-graduate student in the department of Slavic Languages at Monash University.
Ian Buchanan is a post-graduate student at Murdoch University. He is also teaching part-time in English and Comparative Literature.
Jenny de Reuck is currently lecturing in English and Comparative Literature and Women's Studies at Murdoch University. Her interests include South African women's writing and women's studies.
John de Reuck is a lecturer in the school of Economics Commerce and Law at Murdoch University. He is currently completing a PhD. Philosophy is his particular area of interest.
Michèle Drouart lectures in English and Comparative Literature at Murdoch University. Her current research is concerned with Arabic writing in translation.
Garry Gillard teaches in the Communication Studies Programme at Murdoch University. His Masters dissertation was on African narrative.
Alamgir Hashmi is professor of English and Comparative Literature, editor and broadcaster at Islamabad. He is author of numerous volumes of poetry and criticism. In 1985 he won the Patras Bokhari Award of the Pakistan Academy of Letters.
Bob Hodge is an Associate Professor in Communication Studies at Murdoch University. His publications include: Dark Side of the Dream, Social Semiotics, Literature as Discourse.
Sarah Irwin is currently completing a degree in Communication Studies at Murdoch University. She is interested in film and images and is currently working in a fifteen minute film funded by the Department of Arts. The film is a study of time, memory, motion and resiliences of the past.
Alan Mansfield teaches in Popular Culture at Murdoch University.
Phillip Roe has just completed his Honours thesis. He is particularly interested in travel writing.
Kathryn Trees is a post-graduate student at Murdoch University.
Hugh Webb is a Lecturer in English and Comparative Literature at Murdoch University. He has published in the area of Black African writing and currently works with Mudrooroo Nyoongah in the developing Aboriginal and Islander Studies Programme.
New: 18 April, 1996 | Now: 11 April, 2015