Aleksander Bednarski is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Celtic Studies at John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin, Poland. He teaches a variety of courses, including Welsh, Celtic Culture, and English Literature. His research interests are primarily in modern Scottish literature, Welsh writing in English and contemporary Welsh-language fiction. He has published articles on Alan Warner, Angharad Tomos, and the Welsh settlement in Patagonia, and is the author of Inherent Myth: Wales in Niall Griffiths’s Fiction (2012).Paweł Tomasz Czerniak is a PhD candidate at John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin, Poland, where he obtained his BA and MA degrees, with theses exploring the area of Welsh segmental structure through the optics offered by government phonology. His current research focuses on the prosodic and melodic sound-related linguistic phenomena occurring in modern Welsh. His interests include Celtic linguistics, phonological theory and language acquisition.Maciej Czerniakowski is a PhD candidate at John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin, Poland. His research focuses on areas such as melancholy in culture, the Neo-baroque, the history of automatons, and posthumanism. Currently, his interests concentrate particularly on the influences between gender studies and posthumanism.