KANAZAWA Satoshi   is associate professor at Kyoto Prefectural University. His publications on Faulkner include "'Midnight-colored' body--William Faulkner's 'Pantaloon in Black'" and "Nature of the 'big woods.'"
Book Reviews on Fictions of Labor: William Faulkner and the South's Long Revolution (1997);
William Faulkner: The Making of a Modernist (1997)

KOYAMA Toshio is professor at Kwansei Gakuin University. His publications on Faulkner include A Study of William Faulkner's Short Stories (1988).
From "Flora and Old Pan" to Human Agonies: Faulkner's Early Literary Career



SAEKI Shoichi   is professor emeritus, University of Tokyo, and a literary critic, has published numerous critical works in Japan, which include Japanese Autobiographies (Nihonjin no jiden) (1974), Narrative Aesthetic (Monogatari geijutsu-ron)(1979), and Biographers I Love (Waga aisuru denkisakka-tachi) (1997).
Hemingway and Faulkner: The Modernist Twain


TANAKA Hisao   Faulkner, O'Neill, and W. H. Wright's Aesthetics

TSUKADA Yukihiro

WATANABE Shinji   is professor at College of Arts, Rikkyo University. His main interests are in American poetry and creative writing. His publications include We Hear Wilderness Singing: The Essence and Metamorphosis of American Poetics (1993), Requiem for Marie: A Book of Poems (1995), and Spell of a Bird (New York: Vantage Press, 1997).
A Poet Saved in The Sound and the Fury: Faulkner Soaring against Modernism


ZETTSU Tomoyuki   is associate professor at Tokyo Gakugei University. His publications include essays on American Modernists, with special emphasis on Southern writers. His work on Willa Cather, "Slavery, Song, and the South," has appeared in Arizona Quarterly.
Faulkner's Mexican Connections: The Presence of Willa Cather in Light in August