Discoveries SUSAN SALTER REYNOLDS, Susan Salter Reynolds is an assistant editor of Book Review
Happiness Is a Warm Pen JEREMY TREGLOWN, Jeremy Treglown is former editor of the (London) Times Literary Supplement and teaches at the University of Warwick. He edited "The Lantern-Bearers and Other Essays by Robert Louis Stevenson."
Charlotte's Mother SELMA G. LANES, Selma G. Lanes is the author of "The Art of Maurice Sendak." She was editor-in-chief of Parents' Magazine during the 1970s
The Epistolary Me MICHAEL FRANK, Michael Frank is a contributing writer to Book Review
Tyrannosaurus Ralph CRISTINA NEHRING, Cristina Nehring is writing a study of the essay, "Those Who Knew It All and Said So: Essayists in English and American Literature."
Why Lungren, So Far, Has Only Attracted Republicans Sherry Bebitch Jeffe, Sherry Bebitch Jeffe, a contributing editor to Opinion, is a senior associate at the School of Politics and Economics at Claremont Graduate University and a political analyst for KCAL-TV
The Bear Has Lost its Roar JOHN STEINBRUNER and CLIFFORD GADDY, John Steinbruner and Clifford Gaddy are fellows at the Brookings Institution's foreign policy studies program
Viagra? What About Workaholics? BRUCE MCCALL, Bruce McCall is a regular contributor to the New Yorker. He is author of a memoir "Thin Ice: Coming of Age in Canada."
Oxymoron of Serious Senate Debate Charles A. Kupchan, Charles A. Kupchan, a professor of international relations at Georgetown University and a senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations, was on the staff of the National Security Council during the first term of the Clinton administration
The Struggle for a New Labor Movement--Again Nelson Lichtenstein, Nelson Lichtenstein, a historian at the University of Virginia, is author of "The Most Dangerous Man in Detroit: Walter Reuther and the Fate of American Labor."
Ataollah Mohajerani Robin Wright, Robin Wright, author of "Sacred Rage: The Wrath of Militant Islam," covers global issues for The Times
Eldridge Cleaver's Last Gift: the Truth DAVID HOROWITZ, David Horowitz, himself a former '60s activist, is the author of "Radical Son" and president of the Los Angeles-based Center for the Study of Popular Culture
Architecture As Spectacle Anthony Vidler, Anthony Vidler, an architectural historian who has taught at Princeton and UCLA, is now dean of the College of Architecture, Art and Planning at Cornell University. His most recent book is "The Architectural Uncanny: Essays in the Modern Unhomely."