With this article, Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Scripture completes its third volume. This will be available via print-on-demand from Amazon.com within a couple of weeks.
Publication of articles for volume four will begin this coming week.
In the meantime, the current plan for Dr. Gregory Smith’s papers on ‘Mormon Studies” and l’affaire Dehlin is simply to post them on the website without typesetting them or including them in the journal proper. (The plan could change. We’ll watch and see what turns out to be the best course.)
In the meantime, I would like to thank those whose names appear without photographs on the Interpreter board page. (Look for them toward the bottom of the page.) These are our volunteers who serve as “editorial consultants” and as “media and technology consultants.”
If you know one of them, tell him or her “Thanks!”
To have published three full volumes of material since 3 August with a volunteer staff and no budget is an amazing thing. I’m very grateful to all those who have made it happen.