Jason Camlot is a poet, songwriter and scholar who lives in Montreal. He is the author five collections of poetry, The Animal Library (DC Books 2000), Attention All Typewriters (DC Books 2005), The Debaucher (Insomniac Press 2010), What the World Said (Mansfield Press 2013), and Vlarf (McGill Queen’s). His critical works include Phonopoetics: The Making of Early Literary Recordings (Stanford 2019), Style and the Nineteenth-Century British Critic (Routledge 2008), and the co-edited collections, CanLit Across Media: Unarchiving the Literary Event (with Katherine McLeod, McGill Queen’s UP, 2019) and Language Acts: Anglo-Québec Poetry, 1976 to the 21st Century (Véhicule 2007). He is the director of The SpokenWeb research network <www.spokenweb.ca>, a SSHRC-funded partnership that focuses on the history of literary sound recordings and the digital preservation and presentation of collections of literary audio. He is Professor of English and Research Chair in Literature and Sound Studies at Concordia University in Montreal.