Notes on Interviewers
Tina Daniell works for Laughlin & Constable Inc. in Milwaukee. She interviewed Philip Dunne in the first volume of Backstory .
Dennis Fischer is a Los Angeles-based schoolteacher whose byline has appeared regularly in science fiction and fantasy film magazines. He has contributed chapters to books on such subjects as Star Trek, Kung Fu, the Alien movies and Bela Lugosi. His book Horror Film Directors: 1931–1990 was published by McFarland in 1991. He interviewed Curt Siodmak in Backstory 2 .
Tom Flinn edited the Daniel Mainwaring interview for The Velvet Light Trap .
Joel Greenberg, a resident of Sydney, Australia, has published film history and criticism in England, Australia, and the United States, and is the co-author of Hollywood in the Forties and The Celluloid Muse . He interviewed Casey Robinson in the first volume of Backstory .
Margy Rochlin contributes to many newspapers and magazines, including The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, Esquire and Playboy . She is also a contributing editor on National Public Radio's "This American Life." In 1994, she was awarded the Pen Center West Literary Award for Excellence In Journalism for her article, "The Mathematics Of Discrimination."
Steven Swires interviewed Leigh Brackett at the 32nd World Science Fiction Convention in Washington, D.C., in September 1974.
David Thomson is the author of A Biographical Dictionary of Film, Warren Beatty and Desert Eyes, Showman: The Life of David O. Selznick, Rosebud: The Story of Orson Wells, and of two novels, Suspects and Silver Light . He interviewed Niven Busch in the first volume of Backstory .