Often the names listed as associate editors in a journal carry more symbolism than substance, but such is not the case with Antipodes. Its content depends on a number of people as does its financial well being. That the others should have an opportunity to speak in this column seems altogether appropriate. This time the poetry editor, Paul Kane, talks about Antipodes' theory and practice regarding publication of poems. In the next issues, we will be hearing from the other editors on book reviews, fiction, and finances.
Antipodes: Vol. 1
, Article 6.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.wayne.edu/antipodes/vol1/iss2/6