SpecGram Vol CLIV, No 2 Contents Letters to the Editor

Speculative Chaosillation!

A Letter from the Managing Editor

In a never ending effort to mix things up, shake up the old order, and generally engage in activities of the <verb of agitation> + up type; and also in response to complaints about the regularity and reliability of publication, worries about curtailment of annual growth, and general whinging; and more so in order to deal with the rapidly increasing pile of submissions and galley proofs of articles ready for publication (we lost another intern when two piles of galleys fell over on her and crushed hershe flailed around a lot before expiring, too, so all authors with last names beginning with letters between Ɲ and Q or between Ω and Д should resubmitsorry); for all these reasons, and also in small part to justify one nearly inexhaustible run-on sentence with too many semicolons, we are switching back to our 10-pages-per-issue format (from our recent 16-pages-per-issue), but doubling our publication frequency from bimonthly to monthly, at least for the summer.

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