I hope you’re sitting firmly in your seat, because I have some exciting news – Ceræ: An Australasian Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies will be publishing its articles from Volume 2 in the format of a rolling release over the remainder of 2015!
As part of our committment to both open-access publishing and the possibilities of the digital medium, we will be moving away from the print-based format of publishing all articles at the same time in favour of the individual publication of articles over a period of months as soon as they are ready for release.
By moving to a rolling release format, Cerae will be able to shine a spotlight on each article in turn with author interviews and guest posts on our blog. It is our hope that by providing this kind of individual attention we can improve the reach and penetration of each article among not only its target academic audience but also a broader audience of educated general readers, who will be able to read and share not just links and media related to each article but also the article itself across Facebook and Twitter.
Our first article is “‘Nonsence is Rebellion’: John Taylor’s Nonsence upon Sence, or Sence, upon Nonsence (1651–1654) and the English Civil War” by Emily Cock, which is available here.
Watch this space for a guest post by the author very soon!
— Michael Ovens, Editor