Ingemar Haag is an Associate Professor of Comparative Literature at Stockholm University, Sweden. He is the author of several publications, including Att gnistra i sitt varas glans. Tankar om språkets föremålslighet och materialitet under 1900-talet [To Shine in the Brightness of its Being: Reflections on the Materiality of Language During the 20th Century] (2011). Karin Molander Danielsson is a Senior Lecturer in English at Mälardalen University, Sweden. She has published articles on animal representation, literary naturalism and children’s literature, including “‘And in that moment I leapt upon his shoulder:’ Non-human Intradiegetic Narrators in The Wind on the Moon” in Humanities (2017). Marie Öhman is an Associate Professor of Comparative Literature at Mälardalen University, Sweden. In 2015, she published Det mänskligas natur: Posthumanistiska perspektiv hos Lars Jakobson, Peter Høeg och Kerstin Ekman [The Nature of Humanity: Posthumanist perspectives in Lars Jakobson, Peter Høeg and Kerstin Ekman]. Thorsten Päplow is an Associate Professor of German Literature at the University of Agder, Norway. His dissertation was titled “Faltenwürfe” in Heinrich Bölls ‘Irischem Tagebuch’ [“Folds” in Heinrich Böll’s ‘Irish Journal’]. He has also published on contemporary German literature, travel literature and German-Irish literary relations.