Will Daddario, Ph.D., is a founding member of the international research organization Performance Philosophy and co-editor of both the Performance Philosophy Book Series and the online Performance Philosophy journal (performancephilosophy.org/journal). He has edited two collections of essays devoted to the topics of performance, activism, and philosophy; currently editing two volumes dedicated to performance, poetry, and literature; currently finishing a monograph focusing on the work of African American poet Jay Wright; published a monograph entitled Baroque, Venice, Theatre, Philosophy; and authored numerous essays and book chapters. On the topic of grief, Will has published the chapbook To Grieve (Ugly Duckling Presse, published in 2016 and reprinted in 2018), two posts for Still Standing Magazine, and many blog posts for his business Inviting Abundance. To Grieve has been reviewed on the blogs The Bookbinder’s Daughter (US) and roughghosts (Canada); interviews with Will about To Grieve appear in Tupelo Quarterly (2017) and the Ugly Duckling Presse blog (2016). In 2017, Joanne and Will co-founded Inviting Abundance, which provides grief work, educational, and Reiki healing support both on the ground in Asheville, NC and through online classes and mentorship, distance Reiki sessions, two podcasts, and a blog. Our podcast series, To Grieve, has produced ten episodes featuring artists, musicians, grief workers, and organizations working in the creative and/or healing arts; and we have plans to produce additional episodes in 2021.