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Donald Ault - General Editor

Professor of English at the University of Florida

He is the author of Visionary Physics: Blake’s Response to Newton (1974) and Narrative Unbound: Re-Visioning William Blake’s The Four Zoas (1987), co-editor of Critical Paths: Blake and the Argument of Method (1987), and editor of Carl Barks: Conversations (2003). He served as consultant and contributor to The Carl Barks Library of Walt Disney’s Donald Duck and Uncle Scrooge (1983–90) and The Barks Library in Color (1992–98). His work has appeared in journals such as Studies in Romanticism, Modern Philology, Eighteenth-Century Studies, The Wordsworth Circle, The Keats-Shelley Journal, and The Comics Journal, as well as in various essay collections, including Comics & Culture: Analytical and Theoretical Approaches to Comics (2000). He was executive producer and editorial supervisor for the videotape production The Duck Man: An Interview with Carl Barks (1996).

He is currently completing several book projects: “The Comic Vision of Carl Barks,” “Holograph(em)ic Singularities: Romanticism, Comics, and Mathematical Notation,” “The Visionary Perverse: Toward Post-Romantic Theory,” and, in collaboration with Chris B. Schaffer (Ph.D., Physics, Harvard University), “The Urizen Equations.” A new and expanded version of his first book – Visionary Physics and Other Essays: Blake Newton, and Incommensurable Textuality – is forthcoming.

With the help of UF students, especially Ph.D. candidate John F. Ronan, he organized the first two annual installments of “University of Florida Conference on Comics and Graphic Novels” – “The Will Eisner Symposium” (2002) and “Underground(s)” (2003). His personal home page can be viewed here.

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