I just got a note from Jennifer Lackey about some changes that have occurred with this journal. First, Alvin Goldman is now the editor, and they have added four new associate editors, two of them being Fred Schmitt and Jennifer. Jennifer reports that there is a fast turnover between submission and publication (roughly 6 months) and a slightly higher acceptance rate than competing journals (it is currently 14%).
Submissions are being encouraged for the journal, and with editorial leadership like this, there’s a bright future for the journal. Here’s a link to the journal site: