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Jack Beatty, ("Worth the Trip") Corby Kummer, and Barbara Wallraff are senior editors of The Atlantic Monthly. Cullen Murphy is the managing editor. Benjamin Schwarz is a correspondent. Ian Frazier, Francine Prose, Francine Russo, and Christina Schwarz are regular contributors.

Peter Beinart ("The Rise of Jewish Schools") is a senior editor of The New Republic.

James Carroll ("The Holocaust and the Catholic Church") is the author of nine books, including the National Book Award-winning memoir An American Requiem (1996). He is at work on a book about the history of the conflict between Catholics and Jews.

Matthew Doherty ("On the Big Road") is an M.F.A. student in the creative-writing program at the University of Alabama. His article in this issue won first prize in The Atlantic's 1998 student essay-writing competition.

Peter F. Drucker ("Beyond the Information Revolution") is a professor of social science at Claremont Graduate School and the author of more than thirty books. His most recent is Management Challenges for the 21st Century (1999).

William Gay ("Closure and Roadkill on the Life's Highway") is a writer whose work has appeared in The Georgia Review, The Oxford American, and The Missouri Review. His first novel, The Long Home, will be published next month.

Peter Harris ("The Net") is a professor of English at Colby College. His work has appeared in The Beloit Poetry Journal and The Literary Review.

William Hogeland ("Old-New Bluegrass") has written about music for New York Press and Salon.

Robert D. Kaplan ("Four-Star Generalists") is a correspondent for The Atlantic. His most recent book is Empire Wilderness: Travels into America's Future.

Andreas Karavis ("Morning") lives on the Aegean island of Lipsi. David Solway is the author of several books of poems, including Chess Pieces (1999).

Bill McKibben ("Listening to Lydon") is the author of several books, including The Age of Missing Information (1992), Maybe One: A Personal and Environmental Argument for Smaller Families (1999), and The End of Nature (1989), which has recently been re-issued in a tenth-anniversary edition.

Cullen Murphy ("Lulu, Queen of the Camels") is the author of The Word According to Eve: Women and the Bible in Ancient Times and Our Own (1998).

Robert Pinsky ("Poetry and American Memory") is poet laureate of the United States.

Valerie Sinclair (cover art) is a digital artist who lives in Toronto. Her work has appeared in Fortune, Harper's, and Chicago magazine, and she has done illustrations for Dow Jones and BellSouth.

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The Atlantic Monthly; October 1999; Contributors - 99.10; Volume 284, No. 4; page 6.