I hope you are doing well and staying sane during quarantine. I have an update regarding the print version of TRSE. I received an email from Taylor & Francis this afternoon letting me know that, due to the coronavirus, they are temporarily ceasing the printing/mailing of publications for the time being. The main reason for this cessation is that Taylor & Francis is seeing that many air mail services around the world have paused operations, and many institutions are closed for business and are not receiving postal mail.
Please note that you can still access TRSE articles online, and the production of new issues of the journal will continue. Issue 48(2), which is scheduled to be posted online in May/June, will proceed as planned, and I will be sure to alert the membership on here and on the TRSE social media outlets when that issue is posted.
Also, when Taylor & Francis resumes printing, they will send everyone copies of the journal issue(s) they would have normally received.
Anecdotally, I think most people access TRSE online these days more often than they do the print version of the journal, so I am not anticipating this temporary change to be that inconvenient for the majority of CUFA members; however, I wanted to make you aware of it in case you were wondering why future print versions of the journal did not arrive in the mail on time.
Finally, as I noted in an earlier communication, TRSE is up and running and processing manuscripts like normal. So, finish those manuscripts you are working on and send them our way! (I have found that reading your manuscripts is actually a nice respite from homeschooling and keeps me from obsessively reading about the general craziness we find ourselves in!).
Thanks, and as always, feel free to email if you have any questions or concerns.