Jay Parker is Assistant Professor in the English Department of the Hang Seng University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong. He has published articles on Conrad in relation to liberalism and to justice in Textual Practice, Law and Literature and The Conradian. He was awarded the Juliet McLauchlan Prize in 2012 and the Bruce Harkness Young Scholar Award in 2015 for his research on Conrad, and is fiction editor of the Hong Kong Review of Books, as well as Advisory Editor for The Conradian. He is currently completing a book on Conrad and Liberalism.
Joyce Wexler is Professor Emerita of English at Loyola University Chicago, USA. She is the author of Violence without God: The Rhetorical Dilemma of Twentieth-Century Writers (2016), Who Paid for Modernism? Art, Money, and the Fiction of Conrad, Joyce, and Lawrence (1997), Laura Riding: A Bibliography (1981), and Laura Riding’s Pursuit of Truth (1979). She currently serves as President of the Joseph Conrad Society of America.