Ann M McCulloch is Professor Emerita of Literary Studies at Deakin University, Australia. She has written widely on the history of ideas, biography, aesthetics, psychology and philosophy and their interface with literary and creative processes. Her key books include A Tragic Vision: The Novels of Patrick White; A Dance of Language: The Life and Work of A.D. Hope; and The Third Space (with R.A. Goodrich, 2014). She is the co-editor of Food and Appetites: The Hunger Artist and the Arts (with Pavlina Radia, 2012) and The Event, the Subject and the Art (with R.A. Goodrich, 2015). She is the Executive Editor and founding member of the arts discourse journals Double Dialogues and In/Stead that has just released Interluding Monograph (at: http://www.doubledialogues.com/issue/interlude/). She has also scripted and produced twelve plays and made nine documentary films (three on art and climate change and six on A.D. Hope). R.A. Goodrich is affiliated with the ARC Centre for the History of Emotions at the University of Melbourne and the ADI Philosophy and History of Ideas at Deakin University, Australia. He has published widely on Aesthetics related to the visual, performing, and literary arts. He is a co-editor of Double Dialogues and co-edited The Event, the Subject, and the Artwork (with Ann McCulloch, 2015) and has regularly contributed critiques in psychological philosophy to the New York-based Metapsychology.