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The Fun of Reviewing

Keith Robison is more than happy to take on more manuscript reviews — though he adds that he wouldn’t want to do it full-time — and he discusses some of his experiences with reviewing. He writes that he enjoys is but occasionally isn’t satisfied with his reviews, particularly when he can’t quite figure out why he is “uneasy” with a paper and when he looks at a really good paper. “If the paper is truly good, you really don’t have much to do,” he says.

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