Saul Myers is a professor in the Humanistic Studies Department at Maryland Institute College of Art. He has written on Celan and The Book of Job, on Jean Genet and Giacometti. And he has given philosophy presentations on problems of objectivity, as well as on realism and anti-realism in contemporary political discourse. More recently, Saul has been writing fiction and autobiography, not always keeping these separate. A recent essay about his father can be found in Baltimore Fishbowl.