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Mary Wroth's Poetry: An Electronic Edition

About the Editors

Paul Salzman

Paul Salzman is Professor of English Literature at La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia. He has published widely in the field of early modern literature, with a particular emphasis on prose fiction, women's writing, and literary and cultural history. His recent books include Literary Culture in Jacobean England: Reading 1621, (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2002) and Reading Early Modern Women's Writing (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006). He has also edited four volumes for Oxford World's Classics on Elizabethan Fiction, Seventeenth-Century Fiction, Aphra Behn's fiction and poetry, and early modern women's writing. He is currently working on a study of literature and politics in the 1620s and also undertaking further work on Mary Wroth.

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Tony Allan (technical consultant)
Tony Allan has 30 years experience as an IT consultant, including more than 15 years working with web applications.

Gayle Allan (technical and research assistant)
Gayle Allan is a PhD candidate at La Trobe University and co-director of APMS. Gayle's research interests are in Shakespeare and jealousy, Shakespeare in the cinema, and the use of technology in higher education. She is currently lecturing in Foundation Studies at Trinity College, University of Melbourne. Gayle has previously worked in a management role in a large IT user group and undertakes project management roles over a broad range of fields.

Jo Allan (research assistant - transcription)
Jo Allan has a PhD in English and is a tutor in the Master of E-Learning course at Swinburne University. Jo is also a freelance writer and is preparing her first novel for publication.


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