- Contributors to this Issue
John Drew is Professor of English Literature and Dean of Humanities at the University of Buckingham, where he has worked since 1998; he is Visiting Fellow in the Faculty of Education and Humanities at the University of Northampton. He is author of the first full-length study of Dickens as a journalist (2003), and of numerous articles and reviews on aspects of Victorian periodical culture. He directs the international digital humanities research project, Dickens Journals Online (www.djo.org.uk) and sits on the editorial advisory board of the Clarendon Press edition of Dickens's novels.
John Gordon is Professor Emeritus of English at Connecticut College. Among his publications are James Joyce's Metamorphoses, Finnegans Wake: A Plot Summary, Physiology and the Literary Imagination, Joyce and Reality: The Empirical Strikes Back and Charles Dickens: Sensation and Sublimation. He is currently engaged in scouring Finnegans Wake, looking for allusions not yet recorded, and including the results on John Gordon's Finnegans Wake Blog.
William F. Long is Emeritus Professor in Biochemistry at the University of Aberdeen and contributes regularly to The Dickensian and Dickens Quarterly.
Eva-Charlotta Mebius is a doctoral candidate at University College London. She is writing a thesis on the representation of apocalypse in nineteenth-century literature and art.
Paul Schlicke was Senior Lecturer in English at the University of Aberdeen until retirement in 2012. His Clarendon edition of Sketches by Boz is preparing for publication. [End Page 195]