R. J. Cardullo

R. J. Cardullo is the author or editor of a number of books, including Soundings on Cinema: Speaking to Film and Film Artists (SUNY Press, 2008) and In Search of Cinema: Writings on International Film Art (McGill-Queens UP, 2004). He is also the chief American translator of the film criticism of the Frenchman André Bazin. Cardullo earned his master’s and doctoral degrees from Yale University and received his B.A., from the University of Florida. He taught for four decades at the University of Michigan, Colgate, and New York University, as well as abroad.

“Notes on Some Lesser-Known Italian Films–and Film Artists,” Volume 6, Issue 1

K. McGee

K. McGee grew up in California but has lived in Tokyo for twenty-five years. She serves as co-organizer of the Tokyo Writers Workshop and the Japan Writers Conference. She writes mainstream fiction, crime fiction and poetry. Her work has appeared recently in Bete Noire, The Font, Mystery Weekly, and The Dark City Crime and Mystery Magazine.  Her story “Dot Rat” was included in Otto Penzler’s The Best American Mystery Stories 2017. She is currently working on a novel.

Mango, Volume 6, Issue 1

Julie Morin

Julie Morin’s short story, “How to Disappear,” was published by Pacifica Literary Review. Her novel, Water for the Tin House, was one of six finalists in the William Faulkner Creative Writing Competition. She received a degree in English from the University of Arizona. Her interests include playing the mandolin, home decorating, and cats.

The Hater, Volume 6, Issue 1