Andrew Campana is a Ph.D. candidate in modern and contemporary Japanese literature at Harvard University. His dissertation project, "Poetry Across Media in 20th-Century Japan," looks at poetry through different media forms and technologies, including film, sound recording, and performance. His academic interests also include disability, feminism, electronic literature, video games, and Canadian culture in Japan. He is a member of the Renderings project, based in the Trope Tank laboratory at MIT, focused on the translation of global computational literature into English. He holds a Hon. B.A. in East Asian Studies from the University of Toronto.