This is an advance notice for both authors and readers that KACIKE: The Journal of Caribbean Amerindian History and Anthropology will be relocated over the coming months to a new address:
There it will remain as an archive and will not be accepting any new submissions as of the date of this post. In addition, a new editorial board will be constituted if and when the journal should become active once again. In addition, the journal is being transferred into a new, easy-to-use, publishing format that will allow future editors to post articles without any knowledge of web coding, and will save them the expense of privately hosting the journal and paying for a unique domain name.
I wish to warmly thank all of the editors for the great work they have done over the past decade and a record of their having served on the editorial board will remain in place. In the meantime, I will continue to ensure that contents remain online and that any transition to a new editorial board will be a smooth one.
And last but not least, an especially warm thanks to our great authors and contributors whose work has been so widely read and admired. Final updates made to the journal as it gets transferred will reveal a wealth of new reader comments for each published article.