his issue is my last as editor in chief. When I assumed this role, one of the most rewarding and fulfilling of my professional career, I committed to a five-year term, both to limit the time devoted to work outside my home institution and to ensure a healthy diversity of leadership for the journal. I therefore have the honor of handing the reins over to Susan Tomlinson, who is currently a Legacy coeditor and formerly a board member and consultant reader. The journal could not hope to have more competent, generous, or graceful leadership than it will under Susan's guidance. I am thrilled that I will resume my former position of coeditor during the coming months as the journal undergoes this transition. As the editor, I have had the privilege of topping the masthead, but I have stood on the shoulders of many, many people who deserve equal credit for the work we have produced. Indeed, I wish here to thank each of them by name, not only to make that point explicit but also to demonstrate two key principles of published scholarly work: it is always a collaboration, and the labor of most of its contributors is
Legacy: A Journal of American Women Writers – University of Nebraska Press
Published: Jun 20, 2017
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