Joshua B. Fisher is an independent scholar. He has published on a wide range of topics, including early modern appropriations of broadside ballads, the domestic travel writing of John Taylor the Water-Poet, recent developments in the canon of early modern literature, and food and nation in Shakespeare’s Henry IV plays. He is currently working on a book about the development of familiar English space in the early modern period.Rebecca Steinberger is Professor and Chair of the English Department at Misericordia University. In addition to Shakespeare and early modern cultural studies, her research interests include contemporary Irish drama, Gothic literature, and literary treatments of terrorism. She is the author of Shakespeare and Twentieth-Century Irish Drama: Conceptualizing Identity and Staging Boundaries (2008) and contributing editor of The Renaissance Literature Handbook (2009). Currently, she is working on a four-hundred-year literary history of terrorism written in and about London.