Morris Eaves is co-editor of the William Blake Archive with Robert Essick and Joseph Viscomi and Blake/An Illustrated Quarterly with Morton D. Paley. He is author of William Blake's Theory of Art and The Counter-Arts Conspiracy: Art and Industry in the Age of Blake. The Cambridge Companion to Blake, with new essays by fourteen contributors, will be published later this year. His research has been principally concerned with literature and the visual arts in connection with the histories of technology and commerce. In that vein, his current projects focus on the implications of editorial theories and practices. "Posterity," a book in progress, is about the editorial powers of the audience. He is Professor of English at the University of Rochester.