By (author) Manuel Asensi
Manuel Asensi is professor and chair of the Department of Literary Theory at the University of Valencia, Spain. His work focuses on literary theory, literature, film studies, and mystical poetry. He is the author of numerous books of criticism, including Crítica y sabotaje (Anthropos/Siglo XXI, 2011) (currently being translated into English as Sabotage Critique), Los años salvajes de la teoría: Philippe Sollers, Tel Quel y la génesis del pensamiento post-estructural francés (The Savage Years of Theory: Sollers, Tel Quel and the Genesis of French Poststructuralism) (Tirant lo Blanch,2004), J. Hillis Miller or Boustrophedonic Reading/Others (with J. Hillis Miller, Stanford University Press,1999), and Literatura y filosofía (Literature and Philosophy) (Sintesis,1995). He has also written a three-volume history of literary theory, published by Editorial Tirant lo Blanch, and several monographs on Cervantes, Derrida, Hitchcock, and early German Romanticism.
By (author) Carl Good
Carl Good is a freelance translator who lives in Chicago. He formerly taught in the Spanish departments of Emory University and Indiana University, Bloomington. He has edited the collection The Effects of the Nation: Mexican Art in an Age of Globalization (Temple University Press, 2001) and has published numerous articles on Hispanic American literature and literary theory. He serves as co-editor of the journal Discourse: Journal for Theoretical Studies in Media and Culture.
Edited: Gregory C. Stallings
Gregory C. Stallings is associate professor of Spanish at Brigham Young University. He has published articles on (in various configurations) poetry, fiction, philosophy, jazz, and film. He is the author of Jazz y literatura (Tirant lo Blanch, 2009) and is currently at work on a manuscript on phenomenology and neomysticism in twentieth-century Spanish literature.