Academic journal article Journal of Caribbean Literatures

Letter from the Editor

Academic journal article Journal of Caribbean Literatures

Letter from the Editor

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I am pleased to finally get this issue to our subscribers, and I want to thank you for your patience during this period of absent issues. This issue of 7.1 will be followed closely by 7.2, which is now being readied for publication. Most of our subscribers are associated in various ways with academic institutions, are independent scholars, or are readers who value the cultural experience of a diverse academic journal like ours, and as such it is imperative that you have the journal arriving in a timely manner in order to do your work. For the inordinate delay from 6.3 to this issue, I do apologize; my hope is that it will not occur again.

I am equally pleased to introduce my assistant editor, Mr. Aaron Penn, who has written the Introduction to this issue. He is a M.A graduate with a degree in English, and one who has an excellent talent for editing and vetting scholarly articles. Our journal has always used M.A students to assist with the management and production of the journal. It is an excellent avenue for them as they prepare for further graduate work, editing positions in journals, law school, medicine, or any of the many and varied occupations that liberal arts majors have the capacity to embrace and be successful. …

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