Daniel Meyer-Dinkgräfe is Professor of Drama in the Lincoln School of Humanities and Performing Arts, University of Lincoln, UK. His research focuses on the relationship between theatre and consciousness. He serves as editor of the journal (online) and the book series (Rodopi) Consciousness, Literature and the Arts, and has convened the bi-annual Consciousness, Theatre, Literature and the Arts conferences since 2005. Dr Daniel Watt is a Lecturer in English and Drama at Loughborough University. His research interests include fragmentary writing, ethics and literature and philosophical and literary influences on theatre and performance in the 20th century. He is author of Fragmentary Futures: Blanchot, Beckett, Coetzee and has co-edited A Performance Cosmology and Theatres of Thought. His work includes book chapters on Gilles Deleuze, Edmond Jabès, Jacques Derrida, Puppets and Glossolalia and journal articles in Polish Theatre Perspectives, Performance Research, RIDE, Journal for Cultural Research and Wormwood. He is associate editor of Performing Ethos and series editor of The Axis series.