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Joseph Darlington is Programme Leader for BA(Hons) Digital Animation with Illustration at Futureworks Media School. He was awarded a 2013 Harry Ransom Fellowship to conduct research in their Burgess archive.

The late Stephanie Dumke, a recipient of a Pforzheimer Research Grant from the Keats-Shelley Association of America, was the Susan Manning Postdoctoral Fellow at the Institute for Advanced Studies in Humanities at the University of Edinburgh in 2014-15. She was an Academic Visitor in the English Faculty at the University of Oxford in 2015-16, as well as a research assistant to The Cambridge Edition of the Novels of Thomas Love Peacock in 2013-16. Her other publications include articles on P. B. Shelley, Keats, Goethe, and Byron.

Megan Girdwood recently completed a PhD on modernism and dance at the University of York. She holds a BA in English and an MPhil in Modern and Contemporary Literature from the University of Cambridge. Her work has appeared in the Journal of Religion and Film and the Irish Studies Review. E-mail:

Freya Johnston is a University lecturer and tutorial fellow in English at St Anne's College, Oxford and general editor of The Cambridge Edition of the Novels of Thomas Love Peacock and co-editor of Crotchet Castle.

Jacob Mullan Lipman is a recent English Literature graduate of Fitzwilliam College at the University of Cambridge. Currently working in a public policy role at the Ministry of Justice, he intends to apply for postgraduate study, where he will continue his research into queer literatures of the late twentieth century.

A. J. Nickerson works on nineteenth-century and early twentieth-century poetry and poetics, and has recently completed a PhD at the University of Cambridge. [End Page 401]

S. J. Perry is Lecturer in English Literature at the University of Hull. He is the author of Chameleon Poet: R. S. Thomas and the Literary Tradition (Oxford, 2013).

James Williams teaches at the University of York. He is the author of Edward Lear (Northcote House, 2018) and co-editor of Edward Lear and the Play of Poetry (OUP, 2016) and the Edinburgh Companion to Nonsense (EUP, forthcoming). [End Page 402]



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