MARY DE RACHEWILTZ is poet and translator in English and Italian. From her castle at Brunnenburg, she follows closely the development of scholarship on Ezra Pound and actively shapes this community by her writing, conversation, and participation in conferences.
ROXANA PREDA teaches American literature at the University of Edinburgh. She is the author of (Post)modern Ezra Pound (2001) and Ezra Pound's Economic Correspondence, 1933-1945 (2007). She currently serves as the President of the Ezra Pound Society and has guest-edited this issue of Make It New.
PETER LIEBREGTS is Professor of English Literature at the University of Leiden. Among his best-known publications we find Centaurs in the Twilight: W.B. Yeats's Use of the Classical Tradition (1993) and Ezra Pound and Neoplatonism(2004) which won the Ezra Pound Society prize in 2005.
MARGARET FISHER is an independent researcher and choreographer who has published extensively on all aspects of Pound's musical compositions and their relationship to his poetry. She is the winner of the society prize for 2003 for her book Ezra Pound's Radio Operas: The BBC Experiment 1931-1933. Her most recent publications are The Echo of Villon in Ezra Pound's Music and Poetry. Towards a Theory of Duration Rhyme and The Transparency of Ezra Pound's Great Bass (2013).