Re: Re: ***[Possible UCE]***
>From: Solveig <nostrand@...>Would you really use your SCA names for peer review? I'd find it
>The real obstacles to which are:
>1. But, Mistress Floozy is a LAUREL!
hysterical myself but I'm not a big fan of academia.
>2. Insisting upon periodical publicationOuch! That one is really tough, especially with what would probably
would be an unpaid position.
>3. Erratic swings in publication policy with changes in editor.Don't change editors ;) Unless they really suck. So who's the future
>The case with Bruel &al is the need for a monograph series. There areTypical small press, this one's for Meiji period stuff. I suspect it's a
>some of these around, however they are often focused in ways which
>results in perfectly good books falling through the cracks.
one man show.
He does offer electronic subscriptions to his journal, I find that
interesting. The internet has certainly widened my search area for books
in general and publishing on demand may grow up some day. Still hard to
beat a good book for ease of use and appearance.
- James Eckman wrote:
>>1. But, Mistress Floozy is a LAUREL!Well, there's peer review, and then there's Peer review... <G>
> Would you really use your SCA names for peer review? I'd find it
> hysterical myself but I'm not a big fan of academia.