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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Since our last issue, we have had major administrative changes in the university which has impacted our ability to maintain the publishing schedule which we committed. Now that those changes are in place, and we are back on schedule, I do expect that the issues will flow on time. It has been a challenge to remain intact, but our university is one of the rare ones with a balanced budget, with faculty and staff that are increasing in numbers, with the hiring of faculty being consistent for the past fifteen years, and with an economy which has provided raises, equity and merit pay for both faculty and staff for the past two years. So, given the overall economy of many universities and journals, the Journal of Caribbean Literatures (JCLs) is assured of being in existence for years to come.

Accordingly, I am now writing to solicit new articles for the journal. We have one more regular issue to publish, and then we will go to a special issue which will be entitled, "Gender Issues in Contemporary Caribbean Literature." Dr. Taine Duncan, a professor in the Department of Philosophy and Religion here at the University of Central Arkansas will be the Chief Editor for this issue. I am requesting that you forward both the regular topics articles and the special topics articles on gender issues to the journal beginning immediately. …

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