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Contributors to Chapter&Verse, Issue 2
Nathan Wiseman is Lecturer in Popular Culture at the University College of Northampton. He has had numerous musical dalliances including The Druids, Mantrahead and Pretty Dead Girls, and now composes as Schiele. He is currently completing his PhD on the manipulation of class signification in British pop music.
Patrick Dailly founded the Popular Music Studies BA at Bretton Hall University College in the UK in 1992. A graduate of the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester, he later played keyboards with soul act Major Lance. In recent years he has taught in St Petersburg, Cairo and Holland. He is currently working on the music for a BBC radio play on the novelist Boris Pasternak.
Burkhead is a professional writer, editor, and developer of both online help
and websites. He graduated in May 2004 with a Master
of Fine Arts in Writing from Spalding University, Louisville, Kentucky.
He is the founder and creative director of The Writer's Loft, an intensive,
18-month programme, the focal point of a certificate in creative writing
offered through MTSU. In his capacity with The Writer's Loft, he organizes
public readings and panel discussions throughout Nashville and Murfreesboro.
Justin Cober-Lake holds an MA in English with a concentration in American Studies from the University of Virginia. He currently resides in Charlottesville, VA, where he works for an electronic publishing company, writes for Wrong Note Media, and edits for PopMatters.
Simon Warner teaches popular music at the University of Leeds in the UK and is founding editor of Chapter&Verse. A book on the relationship between the Beat Generation and rock culture is in preparation for Continuum Press.
Thanks to Sarah Zupko, founder and editor of PopMatters, publishing partner to Chapter&Verse, Janet Zupko for her design input; Richard Stooks and Tim Banks (University of Leeds) for technical advice and support.
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