Contributors
Sabrina Barton is Assistant Professor in the Department of English at the University of
Texas, Austin. She is currently working on a book about how the woman's psychothriller
stages encounters between "real" and "performative" identities.
Edith Becker is a filmmaker in New York. In September 1993 she started a new cable chan-
nel for the City of New York to provide basic education and employment programs for
adults.
Rhona
J.
Berenstein is Assistant Professor in Film Studies at the University of California,
Irvine. She is the author of Attack of the Leading lAdies: Gender, Sexuality and Performance
in Classic Horror Cinema (forthcoming, Columbia University Press), and has published
essays in The Canadian Journal of Political and Social Theory, CineAction!, Film History,
Frame-work, and The Journal of Popular Culture. She is the coproducer and codirector of
the award-winning Satori Productions documentary Ulices of Choice.
Nayland Blake is an artist and illustrator. He currently lives and works in San Francisco.
His pieces are in the collections of the Whimey Museum, the San Francisco Museum of
Modem Art, the Newport Harbor Art Museum, and the Des Moines Museum of Art. He
is the copublisher, with Camille Roy, Doug Ischar, and Wayne Smith, of Dear WOrld, an
anthology of gay and lesbian writing, and has collaborated on two books:
Low
(with Kathy
Acker) and Jerk (with Dennis Cooper).
Michelle Citron, Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Radio/Television/
Film, Northwestern University, is an independent filmmaker whose work includes Par-
thenogenesis, Daughter Rite and What lbu Take For Granted . . . . She is currently working
on a feature film about female sexuality, the family, and incest.
Danae Clark is Associate Professor of Media Studies in the Department of Communica-
tion at the University of Pittsburgh. Her book Star Power: The Cultural Politics of Actors'
lAbor is forthcoming from the University of Minnesota Press.
Corey K. Creekmur is Assistant Professor of English at Wayne State University, where he
teaches film and cultural studies. He has published essays and reviews in Wide Angie, Film
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