Feeding Back, Looking Forward
Editorial Volume 10, Issue 03
Keywords:editorial, author feedback, book reviews, reports, overview, calls for papers
In this introductory editorial, the Editor-in-Chief celebrates 25 issues of Exchanges published to date, before exploring some elements of the recent author feedback report. It then goes on to offer a short introduction to each of the papers included in this issue of the journal, and then moving on to remind readers of our open calls for papers. Notably, this editorial introduces the new submission format of Book Reviews, one of which is included in this journal issue. As always, the editorial also includes highlights of recent podcast episodes and general information on Exchanges social media presence and Editorial Board.
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