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Alexander Riley is a professor of sociology at Bucknell University in Pennsylvania.
Joseph S. Salemi lives in New York City, where he teaches in the Department of Classical Languages at Hunter College, C.U.N.Y.. His next book is Sporadic Animadversionnss: Twelve Literary Portraits, to be released by Pivot Press.
Crystal Downing occupies the Marion E. Wade Chair in Christian Thought at Wheaton College and is, among other things, a well-known Sayers scholar.
Carol Iannone is editor at large of Academic Questions, journal of the National Association of Scholars, and has written on literature, education, and culture for a variety of publications.
Samuel Gregg is Research Director at the Acton Institute.
Walter Block is an economics professor at Loyola University and a Mises Institute senior fellow. He is author or several books, including Defending the Undefendable (1976).
Darrell Dow writes from Cincinnati, Ohio.
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