Kumiko Hoshi is an Associate Professor in the Department of English Language and Cultures at Aichi Gakuin University, Japan. She received her PhD from Tokyo Woman’s Christian University in 2009. Her main academic interests are the genre-crossing attempts of the modernist movement, with a special focus on D. H. Lawrence. She has published numerous essays on this topic, including “Modernism’s Fourth Dimension in Aaron’s Rod: Einstein, Picasso, and Lawrence” in Windows to the Sun: D. H. Lawrence’s “Thought-Adventures” (2009) and “D. H. Lawrence and Hannah Höch: Representation of the Post-World War I World” in Études lawrenciennes 46 (2015).