Provocations Toward Creative-Critical Editing

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Mathelinda Nabugodi
Christopher Ohge


The guest editors of this special issue, Mathelinda Nabugodi and Christopher Ohge, describe the rationale of creative-critical editing.


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Editors' Introduction
Author Biographies

Mathelinda Nabugodi, University of Cambridge

Mathelinda Nabugodi is a Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellow in the Faculty of English at the University of Cambridge. She was the first to be awarded a PhD in Creative Critical Writing from UCL for her dissertation Life after Life: Reading Percy Bysshe Shelley and Walter Benjamin. She has edited Shelley’s translations from Aeschylus, Calderón, and Goethe for The Poems of Shelley in the Longman Annotated English Poets series as well as the essay collection Thinking Through Relation: Encounters in Creative Critical Writing (2021).

Christopher Ohge, University of London

Christopher Ohge is Senior Lecturer in Digital Approaches to Literature at the Institute of English Studies and Digital Humanities Research Hub, School of Advanced Study, University of London. He has worked on print and digital editions of the New England Transcendentalist Christopher Cranch, Mark Twain, and Herman Melville, and currently serves as the Associate Director of the Melville Electronic Library. The author of the book Publishing Scholarly Editions: Archives, Computing, and Experience (2021), his other published work has appeared in Essays in CriticismThe Mark Twain AnnualAmerican Literary HistoryLeviathan: A Journal of Melville Studies, Scholarly Editing, and in several edited collections.