Long-gestating co-editing project finally published as part of 700-page book.
I’m delighted to announce that The Edinburgh Companion to Literature and Music has now been published. Edited overall by Delia da Sousa Correa, the first historical section (‘Part I: Literature and Music before 1500’) was co-edited by Helen Deeming and me with an introduction co-written with Ardis Butterfield. The section has seven chapters covering thematic topics. Of these, I co-authored a chapter on ‘Polytextuality’ with Suzannah Clark and another on ‘Gender’ with Nicolette Zeeman. Others cover ‘Music and the Book’ (Deeming), ‘Liturgical Music and Drama’ (Nils Holger Petersen), ‘Intermedial Texts’ (Maureen Bolton), ‘Citation and Quotation’ (Jennifer Saltzstein), and ‘Courtly Subjectivities’ (Helen J. Swift and Anne Stone).
There are also many further chapters on later periods of musical and literary history in the rest of the volume . Sadly, I don’t have any full-text links that I can share here, and, as a large companion volume designed for library acquisition, the book is not cheap. But the website advertising the book has a complete listing for the volume, as well as a downloadable PDF of the volume editor’s overall introduction.