This editorial reflects on some of the challenges of journal publishing in a context of increasing time pressures and accountability measures in academia. A particular focus is that of the demands on reviewers and the challenges of recognising their contributions. This editorial also introduces the eleven diverse papers that consitute the issue. Finally, the editorial acknowledges the work of the edorial team and welcomes Associate Professor Petrea Redmond as a Lead Editor.
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