From Martin Eve’s exciting announcement that he’s won the Leverhulme Trust Prize in Literary Studies:

I still need to work out the best way to use the prize fund to give me more time to do research work, but I have a number of research projects that I will bring to final fruition under the Prize: * An edited book, forthcoming in an open-access form with The MIT Press, now titled: Reassembling Scholarly Communications: The Histories, Infrastructures, and Global Politics of Open Access, which is nearly complete/on the final push. * co-authored book: Reading Peer Review, due for delivery next March to Cambridge University Press, and also funded by the Mellon Foundation. This will be open access.

I’m thrilled for the award—Eve is a personal hero—and also, selfishly, glad to see these two projects land with Leverhulme-enabled haste.