MAX SAUNDERS is Director of the Arts and Humanities Research Institute, Professor of English and Co-Director of the Centre for Life-Writing Research at Kings College London, where he teaches modern literature. He studied at the universities of Cambridge and Harvard, and was a Fellow of Selwyn College, Cambridge. He is the author of Ford Madox Ford: A Dual Life, 2 vols (Oxford University Press, 1996) and Self Impression: Life-Writing, Autobiografiction, and the Forms of Modern Literature (Oxford University Press 2010); the editor of five volumes of Fords writing, including an annotated critical edition of Some Do Not . . . (Carcanet, 2010), and has published essays on life-writing, on impressionism, and on a number of modern writers. He was awarded a Leverhulme Major Research Fellowship from 2008-10 to research the To-Day and To-Morrow book series; and in 2013 an Advanced Grant from the ERC for a 5-year collaborative project on Digital Life Writing. SARA HASLAM is Senior Lecturer in English at the Open University. She is the author of Fragmenting Modernism: Ford Madox Ford, the Novel and the Great War (Manchester University Press, 2002), and editor of Fords The Good Soldier (Wordsworth Classics, 2010), and England and the English (Carcanet Press, 2003), as well as Ford Madox Ford and the City (Rodopi, 2005) and, with Seamus OMalley, Ford Madox Ford and America (Rodopi, 2012). Further publications include Life Writing (Routledge, 2009, with Derek Neale), and chapters and articles on Henry James, Thomas Hardy, the Brontës, modernism, and the literature of the First World War, most recently in the Journal of First World War Studies, 4:2 (2013). She was a founder member of the Ford Madox Ford Society, and has been its Chair since 2007. Her annotated critical edition of Fords A Man Could Stand Up was published in 2011 (Carcanet Press).