Biographies Of Authors
Paul Avrich, Distinguished Professor of History at Queens College, City University of New York, is the author of The Russian Anarchists, The Haymarket Tragedy and other works.
Martin Blatt earned his Ph.D. degree in American Studies at Boston University in 1983. His thesis, a biography of Ezra Heywood will be published by the University of Illinois Press. Also, he is editing a collection of Heywood's essays to be published by M & S Press. He is a member of the Institute for Research in History and on the steering committee of the Massachusetts History Workshop.
MICHAEL E. COUGHLIN
Michael E. Coughlin is a printer, editor and publisher living in St. Paul, MN. He has released four books (Nationalism and Culture; Liberty 1881-1908: A Comprehensive Index; A Voluntary Political Government: Letters From Charles Lane; and No Statist Solutions: Anarchism And The Troubles In Northern Ireland), publishes the dandelion and has a large selection of Little Blue Books which he sells.
Morgan Edwards is an amateur historian and holds a B.A. in political science. He has a longtime interest in the anarchist movement and is continuing research into Benjamin R. Tucker and his works.
Shoshana Edwards is a graduate student in English. She enjoys reading, fantasy games, and gardening. She plans some day to teach literature of the Romantic Age.
KENNETH R. GREGG
Kenneth R. Gregg is past president and former board member of Rampart Institute, former board member of the Society for Libertarian Life, is editor of the Atheist United Newsletter, author of The Three Enlightenments, has lectured on the history of libertarianism for over a dozen years, and is currently writing a multi-volume history of libertarianism.
CHARLES R. HAMILTON
Charles H. Hamilton is a Fellow at the Institute for Research in History. He was formerly editor of The Freeman, publisher of Free Life Editions, and has written widely on a variety of libertarian topics.
MILDRED J. LOOMIS
Mildred J. Loomis, an active decentralist for over 40 years, and education director of the School of Living, York, PA, died in September, 1986. Her book, Alternative Americas, published by Universe Books, has been dubbed "an informal history by the grandmother of the counter-culture."
Wendy McElroy under a grant from the Center for Libertarian Studies, compiled a detailed index of Liberty, published by Michael E. Coughlin. She has recently published an anthology of individualist feminism, Freedom, Feminism and the State, through CATO Institute. As well as political theory, she has published widely in the area of poetry and fiction.
S. E. Parker was born in 1929 in Birmingham, England. He edited Minus One from 1963-1981. He now edits Ego: An Individualist Review. Parker has contributed to various libertarian journals since 1947. He has written introductions to several works, including Max Stirner's The Ego And Its Own (London, 1982).
Sharon Presley is former National Coordinator of the Association of Libertarian Feminists, former co-proprietor of Laissez Faire Books, and a long-time libertarian activist. A Ph.D. in Social Psychology, she is currently doing research on women resistors to authority.
WILLIAM O. REICHERT
William O. Reichert teaches political theory at Bowling Green State University in Ohio. He is the author of Partisans Of Freedom: A Study In American Anarchism and has written a number of scholarly articles on various aspects of anarchist thought.
DR. JACK SCHWARTZMAN
Dr. Jack Schwartzman, professor, Nassau Community College, and recipient, New York State Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching, is an attorney; speaker; editor of Fragments; author of Rebels Of Individualism and numerous articles, including chapters for two previously published books.
Charles Shively, professor at the University of Massachusetts, Boston, has edited Lysander Spooner's Collected Works (6 vol., M & S Press, Box 311, Weston, MA) and is working on a similar edition of Josiah Warren s writings.
MARK A. SULLIVAN
Mark A. Sullivan pursues his interest in anarchist publishing as an active member of the Libertarian Book Club, co-editor of The Storm! A .Journal for Free Spirits, and founding secretary of the Mackay Society.
Carl Watner is an independent scholar. He helped organize The Voluntaryists, and edited Neither Ballots Nor Bullets and A Voluntary Political Government: Letters From Charles Lane.
Don Werkheiser, student and friend of free speech expert and evolutionary psychologist, Theodore Schroeder, and anarchist Laurance Labadie, has two masters degrees in psychology. He edited The Journal Of Human Relations, taught in several colleges, and is currently writing a book.
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