Contributors -- April 1996
Phoebe-Lou Adams (Brief Reviews) has been a member of The Atlantic's staff for fifty years. Her short reviews have been appearing in the magazine, under various titles, since September of 1952.
James Carroll ("An American Requiem") is the author of many novels, including The City Below (1994). His article in this issue of The Atlantic Monthly is drawn from his book An American Requiem, to be published next month by Houghton Mifflin. A portion of this article appears in Communion, a collection of essays edited by David Rosenberg and published by Anchor/Doubleday.
Charles B. Curtis ("Mideast Oil Forever?"), an attorney, is the deputy secretary of the U.S. Department of Energy. From 1977 to 1981 he served as the first chairman of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
Joseph J. Romm ("Mideast Oil Forever?") is the acting principal deputy assistant secretary for energy efficiency and renewable energy of the U.S. Department of Energy. He is the author of Defining National Security (1993) and Lean and Clean Management: How to Increase Profits and Productivity by Reducing Pollution (1994).
Elizabeth Stuckey-French ("Junior") is a writing-test specialist for American College Testing. Her work has appeared in Cottonwood and has been anthologized in New Territory:Contemporary Indiana Fiction.
Anne F. Thurston ("In a Chinese Orphanage") is a China specialist. Her books include Enemies of the People (1987) and A Chinese Odyssey (1991). Her most recent book, written with Li Zhisui, is The Private Life of Chairman Mao (1994).
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The Atlantic Monthly; April 1996; Volume 277, No. 4; page 6.