"This is the first collection I have seen to address such a range of questions surrounding editing in the digital age, with a well-focused approach on key issues and offering a strong theoretical and historical background."
--Peter Robinson, editor of "Chaucer: The Wife of Bath's Prologue on CD-ROM"
"This collection melds theory with contemporary practice. Moreover, its use of theory is wide-ranging and current, providing a much-needed counterpoint to more technically focused scholarship."
--Susan Schreibman, editor of "A Companion to Digital Literary Studies and A Companion to Digital Humanities"
"An exciting and poignant contribution to the field of textual editing. . . ."Digital Critical Editions" represents the most comprehensive volume yet on this topic and one that every scholar and interested citizen should be proud to display on their bookshelf."--"Digital Scholarship in the Humanities"