Edmund King

Edmund King is responsible for maintaining and adding data to the Reading Experience Database. His primary research area is reading in the First World War, which involves analysing evidence of reading preserved in a wide range of material: wartime letters, diaries, and official papers as well as later printed memoirs. He has recently published an essay collection, co-edited with Shaf Towheed, Reading and the First World War: Readers, Texts, Archives (Palgrave 2015).