- Notes on Contributors
Lauryn Anderson is a recent English Literature graduate of the University of Cambridge. She is currently a Clarendon Scholar at the University of Oxford, where she is studying for an MSt in Modern and Contemporary Literature.
Kasia Boddy is a Reader in American Literature at Cambridge University. She is completing a book on the Great American Novel.
Clare Cavenagh received a BA in English and an MPhil in Renaissance Literature from the University of Cambridge, with a dissertation examining depictions of scholars and students in early modern drama. She currently works as a copywriter. Her academic interests include depictions of scholarship, books and violence in early modern literature.
Lydia Heinrichs is a Ph.D. candidate at Trinity College, Cambridge. Her research considers the relation between literary form and the body in early modern literature, especially in light of the aesthetics of Gilles Deleuze.
Clare Jones is the recipient of fellowships from the Fulbright Program and the Iowa Writers' Workshop. Her poetry has appeared in PN Review, Poetry, Sweet Mammalian, and elsewhere. Her essay 'Bat, Bat, Come Under My Hat' was published in The Keats-Shelley Review in 2019.
Yui Kajita is a scholar of nineteenth and twentieth century literature, a translator in Japanese and English, and an illustrator. She completed her PhD on Thomas Hardy and Walter de la Marre at Cambridge in 2019, and is currently co-editing a collection of essays on de la Mare with Angela Leighton and Anna Nickerson.
James Lello recently finished his PhD at St Catharine's College, Cambridge, where he is currently teaching. He is writing a book on Henry James and the art of tone.
Gabriel Roberts studied at Cambridge, Harvard, and Oxford. He now teaches English at a secondary school in North London.
Lucy Sixsmith is a PhD student at the University of Cambridge, where she is writing about the handling of the Bible as a material text in the nineteenth century. She is also interested in reading practices, verse composition, learning and pedagogy. She has also taught English language in Moscow and Reggio Calabria.