Kamarck, Edward (ed.) / Arts in society: confrontation between art and technology
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Dick Allen teaches in the English Department at the University of Bridgeport. His articles and poetry have appeared in Writer's Digest, New York Herald Tribune, Prairie Schooner, Manhattan Review and many others. Douglas Blazek, one of the leading young underground poets, is now living in San Francisco, where he issues OPEN SKULL publications. Jack Burnham is presently a Fellow at the Center for Advanced Visual Research at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Gilbert Chase is a music critic; author of America's Music: From the Pilgrims to the Present, and editor of The American Composer Speaks. Buckminster Fuller, one of America's most creative thinkers, is the celebrated inventor of the Fuller Dome and Dye Maxion auto and home. Louis Ginsberg is a poet, teacher and father of Allen. He authored The Attic of the Past. Suzanne Gordon is a student and managing editor of THE CALVERTS REVIEW at the University of Maryland. I Lawrence lanni is Professor of English at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. John Ingswersen's poetry has appeared in POETRY (Chicago). He is living on Long Beach, Vancouver Island where he makes prints and poetry for a forthcoming book How to build a Thirty-mile Toy. Eugene Kaelin is an aesthetician, writer on the arts, and Professor of Philosophy at Florida State University. Clyde S. Kilby is a Professor of English at Wheaton College. Rudolph Landry is an Assistant Professor of English at Fairfield University in Fairfield, Connecticut. Gigi Lord is a New York poet whose book, Toppling After Itself, was published by South and West. Edouard Roditi is a poet and critic who has published extensively in American, British, French and German periodicals. James Rosenberg is a critic, playwright, and Professor in the Theatre Department at Carnegie-Mellon University. Rudolf B. Schmerl is Director of Program Development, Office of Research Administration,at the University of Michigan. Warren Slesinger received his M.F.A. from the Iowa Writer's Workshop and teaches creative writing at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Richard Uhlich is a New York poet. Jackson Tiffany is a film producer at University Extension, The University of Wisconsin. Eleven times his films have been given special recognition through selection for presentation in film festivals or awards. The most recent was the Golden Eagle Award for REACHER. Jerry McNeely, a Professor of Speech at the University of Wisconsin, has written several Hollywood movies and a number of television plays.