Will Rees is a writer and editor living in London. He is a director of Peninsula Press, which he co-founded in 2018. Formerly a student of the universities of Sussex, Goldsmiths, and Chicago, he is currently at UCL writing a Wellcome-funded PhD dissertation about imaginary illness in late nineteenth century British literature and culture. His academic writing has been published in CounterText, Textual Practice, and the Oxford Literary Review, and he is a recipient of the Arthur Terry Essay Prize. His essays and reviews have appeared or are forthcoming in Granta, The Guardian, Aeon, The Times Literary Supplement, Music & Literature, 3:AM, and the Los Angeles Review of Books. He is currently working on his first book, a work of literary nonfiction about hypochondria, forthcoming from Coach House Books.