Academic journal article Arthuriana

From the Editor

Academic journal article Arthuriana

From the Editor

Article excerpt

Welcome to the first issue of 2014! There are some exciting new developments to which I would like to call your attention before you dive into the fabulous articles in issue 24.1. First, Executive Editor Bonnie Wheeler and I would like to congratulate Robyn Malo on completing her tenure as Associate Editor, and thank her for all her hard work-especially her laser-like editing skills-and wish her well as she moves on to other professional endeavors; these include finishing up several forthcoming articles, guest-editing special issues of top-tier journals, and much, much more (thankfully, she is still just down the hall from me, so I will continue to see her on a regular basis). We are delighted to welcome Molly Martin (McNeese State University) as our new Associate Editor; we look forward to a long and productive relationship with Molly!

We are pleased, also, to publish in this issue the first article to win the 'Fair Unknown' prize sponsored by the International Arthurian Society- North American Branch. Designed to recognize and support the academic contributions of graduate students, 'the Fair Unknown' award is given to the best paper on an Arthurian subject presented at the annual International Congress on Medieval Studies in Kalamazoo. To be considered, conference papers must be submitted to the committee in their original presentation form two weeks after the conclusion of the conference (the only editing/revising that is permitted between presentation and submission is the correction of typographical errors). …

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