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January 2007

Volume XXVII, No. 1

Paweł Chomczyk is a graduate of the Aleksander Zelwerowicz Theater Academy in Warsaw, seated in Białystok. He and Dagmara Sowa have given numerous performances in Europe and America.

Bogdan Czaykowski is a Polish poet and Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures Emeritus at the University of British Columbia. He is the editor of Antologia poezji polskiej na obczyznie (2002) reviewed in SR in April 2005.

George Gasyna is assistant professor of Polish and Comparative Literature at the University of Illinois, and writes on continental modernism, postmodernism, and exilic literature. He is currently researching the Polish avantgarde of the interwar period.

John Guzlowski is Professor of English Emeritus at Eastern Illinois State University.

Dagmara Sowa, a graduate of the Aleksander Zelwerowicz Theater Academy in Warsaw, teaches at the Białystok Theater Academy.

Phyllis L. Soybel is Professor of History at the College of Lake county in Grayslake, Illinois. She is the author of The Necessary Relationship: The Development of Anglo-American Cooperation in Naval Intelligence During the Second World War (Praeger, 2005).

Jerzy Szejnoch teaches at the Journalism Department of the University of Warsaw. He is a coauthor of several books and publishes regularly in the cultural and political press in Poland and abroad.

Mark F. Tattenbaum holds an M.A.H. in Theater and Film and an M.F.A in Media Production from SUNY-Buffalo. His current project is directing an adaptation of Ibsen’s Ghosts and Euripides’ Medea in Sinaia, Romania.

Simon Tokarzewski was a Polish social thinker and activist in Russian-occupied Poland. Sentenced twice to slave labor in Siberia by the tsarist authorities, he wrote his Memoirs [published in part in the April 2005 (XXV/2) issue of Sarmatian Review] upon his return from the first prison term, and his short stories-one of which we have translated for this issue of SR-upon returing from the second.

Lora Wildenthal is Associate Professor of History at Rice University.

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