Thomas D RedshawDirector, Editor of New Hibernia Review
A professor of English and St. Thomas faculty member since 1971, Redshaw received his MA in Anglo-Irish literature from University College, Dublin, where he studied with Roger McHugh, and a doctorate in English from New York University under M.L. Rosenthal. Redshaw is a fellow of the Institute of Irish Studies at Queen’s University, Belfast. Redshaw was associate and assistant editor of Éire-Ireland from 1974 to 1986, and editor of that journal from 1989 to 1996.
Redshaw’s research and publication history has focused on mid-century and contemporary Irish poetry, notably Austin Clarke, John Montague, George Reavey and Thomas McCarthy. His articles and reviews have appeared in such places as Irish University Review, Irish Literary Supplement, "Modernism in Ireland: The Poetry of the 1930s," Studies, and Études Irlandaises. Most recently he has edited Well Dreams: Essays on John Montague, a distinguished collection of critical essays published by Creighton University Press.
James RogersManaging Director, Managing Editor
Formerly director of operations for the Irish American Cultural Institute (1988 –1995), James Rogers has a BA in Irish Studies and public relations management from Metropolitan State University, and MA in English from the University of St. Thomas. He has contributed articles on regional Irish history to New Letters, Minnesota’s Irish, Elysian Fields Quarterly, and The Encyclopedia of the Irish in America from University of Notre Dame Press, as well as to New Perspectives on the Irish Diaspora (Southern Illinois University Press, 2000).