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Rebeccah Bechtold is Assistant Professor of English at Wwichita State University. Her research, focused on the representation of sound and the construction of sympathy in early American literature and culture, has recently appeared in the New England Quarterly, J19, Studies in American Culture, and the Journal of the Early Republic.

Sean Moreland teaches in the English Department at the University of Ottawa. His essays, primarily focused on gothic, horror, and weird fiction, have appeared in many collections and journals, most recently Horror Literature through History (2017), the Edgar Allan Poe Review, and The Oxford Handbook of Edgar Allan Poe (2019). He edited The Lovecraftian Poe: Essays on Influence, Reception, Interpretation and Transformation (2017) and New Directions in Supernatural Horror: The Critical Legacy of H. P. Lovecraft (2018) and is in the midst of a monograph, tentatively titled Repulsive Influences: A Historical Poetics of Atomic Horror.

John Tresch is Professor of History of Art, Science, and Folk Practice at the Warburg Institute, University of London. He is the author of The Romantic Machine: Utopian Science and Technology after Napoleon (2012). His next book, The Reason for the Darkness of the Night: Edgar Allan Poe and the Forging of American Science, examines Poe's science writing and philosophy in its contemporary contexts.

Alexandra Urakova is currently a research fellow at the Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies and a senior researcher at the A. M. Gorky Institute of World Literature of the Russian Academy of Sciences. She is author of The Poetics of the Body in the Short Fiction of Edgar Allan Poe (2009) and editor of Deciphering Poe: Subtexts, Contexts, Subversive Meanings (2013). Her work has appeared in Nineteenth Century Literature, the Edgar Allan Poe Review, the New England Quarterly, and collections including The Oxford Handbook of Edgar Allan Poe (2019). [End Page E34]



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