In total, the Oxford Left Review has two editors and nine associated editors, which means that in the most recent edition, editors outnumber articles. As far as I can tell, none of those editors takes the time to properly check the references of the articles in the OLR, because in the most recent issue, my column on George Galloway’s victory in Bradford West is being cited as an example of something it in fact doesn’t do, which suggests that the word ‘editor’ is being misused almost as badly as my article is.
Archive for June, 2012
Apologies for the long period of silence. My energies have been elsewhere; I have been distracted by one of the most ambitious programmes of retrenchment since the Second World War, a programme of austerity of far greater scope than anything attempted by the Coalition. I was been attempting to reduce the number of books I own. I’m afraid to say that I failed.