Tell me about your submissions and resubmissions! I just got back an R&R, just sent back an R&R and submitted another article about fifteen minutes ago.
The most recent one was an adventure in a quantitative scholar writing a piece on Marx's human emancipation sooooooo that was new.
@JWright I have several things submitted but, sadly, no R&Rs at the moment. I really need to start writing something new.
No time like the present to start frantically writing something new
@JWright I suppose so. Although I should probably reduce the marking pile first.
@JWright I have three things out right now, and am meeting with my coauthor today to talk about finishing up our paper for submission!
Love it! Blow 2019 out of the water.
@JWright Thanks! This is the year of all the work
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