Breanne Weber is a PhD Candidate at the University of California, Davis with a designated emphasis in Science and Technology Studies. Her research explores the networks represented in the material book-as-object and how these networks function as a symbiotic ecosystem. Her dissertation interrogates the many intersecting valences of inscription in the 16th and 17th centuries, from surgery to writing to horticulture, and materializes inscriptive moments in literature by examining the tools, processes, environments, and bodies enabling textual creation. Her interest in networks extends to the early modern book trade: in particular, the women printers and publishers who shaped the development of English print. She is the co-editor of Playbook Wills, 1529-1690 (forthcoming from Manchester University Press) and its open-access companion database Book Trade Probate, which aim to make the wills, inventories, and other probate documents of stationers living and working from 1500-1700 easily accessible and will enable users to trace participants in the book trade and their social networks across England and beyond. You can find her on Twitter @bre_weber and @BookProbate.