Editor’s Note (read it this time, please)

Richard Saunders


A journal is rather like a house plant: unless it is an artificially vibrant silk or plastic creation, a journal grows, changes, and needs care and attention. Each issue sits like a border plant along the path of time. A journal is watered and fertilized by submissions, pruned by editing, and fed by peer review. It sits in the sun of a readership. When any of that nourishment is cut back, the journal withers.

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