Interpretation should be useful to working interpreters. As an interpreter, I want the journal to put forward a new perspective that is insightful and interesting to read for practicing interpreters. The first two issues are packed with valuable papers, but I also welcome a shorter type of paper in a style to focus on “Tools, Techniques, and Tutorials” and “Pitfalls.”

There is an untapped source of current practical ideas out there and it is you, the readers of Interpretation. I know there are many of you who have an interesting practical example that might be written up, but...

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