Martin Paul Eve

Martin Paul Eve (born 1986) is a British academic, writer, computer programmer, and disability rights campaigner. He is the Professor of Literature, Technology and Publishing at Birkbeck College, University of London, Principal R&D Developer at Crossref, and was Visiting Professor of Digital Humanities at Sheffield Hallam University until 2022. He is known for his work on contemporary literary metafiction, computational approaches to the study of literature, and open-access policy. Together with Dr Caroline Edwards, he is co-founder of the Open Library of Humanities (OLH).

Eve was the recipient of a 2019 Philip Leverhulme Prize, the 2018 KU Leuven Medal of Honour in the Humanities and Social Sciences, a joint recipient of the Electronic Literature Organization's N. Katherine Hayles 2018 Prize for his chapter in ''The Bloomsbury Handbook of Electronic Literature'', and in 2017 was a shortlisted finalist for the Guardian's Most Inspiring Leader in Higher Education award. In 2021 Eve was listed by the Shaw Trust as one of the 100 most influential people with disabilities in the United Kingdom.

Eve suffers from severe rheumatoid arthritis and end-stage renal failure due to BK virus nephropathy. Provided by Wikipedia