Victoria Moul is an academic, writer and poet living in Paris. She is Professor of Early Modern Latin & English at UCL, with a joint appointment between the departments of Greek & Latin and English, currently taking a break from academia for family reasons. She works primarily on the Latin / vernacular bilingualism of early modern literary culture, especially in relation to poetry. She is trained both as a classicist (BA Oxford) and as an early modernist (MPhil and PhD Cambridge). She has published widely on topics in Latin literature, classical reception, early modern English poetry and early modern Latin, including Jonson, Horace and the Classical Tradition (CUP, 2006), The Cambridge Guide to Neo-Latin Literature (CUP, 2017) and A Literary History of Latin & English Poetry: Bilingual Verse Culture in Early Modern England (CUP, 2022). She writes regularly about poetry for the TLS, The Friday Poem and on her own substack, ‘Horace & friends’.