Pat Rogers, FBA, FRHistS, FSA, LittD, DLitt, is a Distinguished University Professor and DeBartolo Chair in the Liberal Arts, University of South Florida. Pat previously taught at the Universities of Cambridge, London, Wales and Bristol, and was formerly Fellow of Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge, Visiting Fellow at Christ Church, Oxford and Visiting Professorial Fellow at the School of Advanced Study, University of London. His books include Grub Street and The Augustan Vision. He has edited the Complete Poems of Swift; written Literature and Popular Culture in Eighteenth Century England and The Samuel Johnson Encyclopedia; and co-edited The Blackwell Companion to the Enlightenment. His recent publications include: Alexander Pope: A Political Biography (2010); Producing the Eighteenth-Century Book (edited with Laura Runge, 2009); The Cambridge Companion to Alexander Pope (Cambridge University Press, 2007); Edmund Curll, Bookseller (with Paul Baines, 2007); and Pride and Prejudice (Cambridge Edition of Jane Austen, 2006). His edited book Jonathan Swift in Context (Cambridge University Press) is in progress.