Susan Moke is a doctoral candidate in the English department at Indiana University Bloomington. She is editor of the Majority Report, a publication of Indiana University's Office for Women's Affairs, and a writer for the Center for Reading and Language Studies.
Nancy Cassell McEntire is the managing editor in the Indiana University Office of Publications. She is also a part-time assistant professor at the IU Folklore Institute.
Bob Baird, a Bloomington freelance writer/editor and journalism instructor, went the journalism route but invariably seeks the creative approach in his writing and theatrical endeavors. He has appeared in plays and taught fiction and feature writing at the John Waldron Arts Center, and he will teach magazine editing at IU's School of Journalism and direct a play at the Black Box Theater this spring.
Mary Cox Barclay is a freelance writer, designer, and calligrapher who lives in Bloomington, Indiana, with her husband, Jonathan, and cats Cooper, Winifred, and Zenobia. Her hobbies include photography, singing, and collecting and creating greeting cards.
Mildred Perkins works at the Institute of Social Research and has published several fantasy stories.