'A ground-breaking series of essays on the widely-spread and dynamic influence of Blake's composite art on the artistic practices of the twentieth century, right up to the emerging digital age.' - Professor Edward Larrissy, Queen's University Belfast, UK
About the Author
STEVE CLARK Visiting Professor at the Graduate School of Humanities and Sociology, University of Tokyo, Japan. He has edited several collections of essays on Blake, most recently Blake, Modernity and Popular Culture with Jason Whittaker (2007) and Reception of Blake in the Orient with Masashi Suzuki (2006).
TRISTANNE CONNOLLY Associate Professor of English at St. Jerome's University in the University of Waterloo, Canada. She is the author of William Blake and the Body (2002), and editor of several essay collections including Liberating Medicine 1720-1835 with Steve Clark (2009) and Queer Blake with Helen P. Bruder (2010).
JASON WHITTAKERProfessor of Blake Studies and Head of the Department of Writing at University College Falmouth in Cornwall, UK. He has authored and edited eleven books, including Radical Blake: Influence and Afterlife from 1827 with Shirley Dent (2002), and is editor of the Blake 2.0 digital media network.