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I’m happy to announce that the JJQ is now able to accept submissions electronically through our new submission portal (reached by clicking on the Submissions links on our homepage). My hope is that this change will have several important benefits including easing the burden on writers working outside the United States, lowing our postal costs, and reducing the journal’s carbon footprint. We also believe it will help speed our review process.
We do expect a few glitches to develop as we make this transition and so ask you to bear with us through any difficulties. We will continue to accept paper submissions as we always have, though we do plan to move away from this procedure in the next few years as the journal undergoes a complete redesign for its coming 50th anniversary.
If you have any difficulties with the new system or need help with a submission, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
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