- Notes on Contributors
James Walter Caufield, an extension lecturer at the University of California Los Angeles and adjunct professor at Touro College Los Angeles, has previously published on Joyce and Hardy.
Daniel Cook completed his PhD at Queens' College, Cambridge with a reception history of Thomas Chatterton. For the academic year 2008-9 he was an AHRC Fellow on the Cambridge Edition of the Works of Jonathan Swift. He has published articles and book chapters on Chatterton, Thomas Tyrwhitt, Isaac D'Israeli and Swift.
Garry Eaton lives in British Columbia, Canada. In his youth, he did an undergraduate degree in English Literature at a Canadian University. Since his retirement, he has returned to writing and studying poetry, with a particular interest in short forms modelled on the Japanese.
Beatrice Groves is a lecturer in Renaissance literature at Trinity College, Oxford. She has published on both medieval and early modern drama, including a monograph on Shakespeare. She is currently researching the destruction of Jerusalem in early modern literature.
Laura Kilbride recently graduated from Queens' College, Cambridge where she will be commencing postgraduate study. Her interests include contemporary poetry and early modernist poetics, with a particular focus on the relation between the visual and the auditory in the poetry of Swinburne, Eliot, Pound and the Imagists.
Matthew Peters has written on American literature for various scholarly journals. He lives and works in Cambridge.
Henry Power is Lecturer in English at the University of Exeter, and is currently writing a book on Henry Fielding. [End Page 402]