In 2004, I teamed up with Neil Mortimer, then editor of 3rd Stone magazine, to co-found and co-edit a new, peer-review academic journal, one that had a multidisciplinary remit, exploring a wide range of topics based in and around archaeology and anthropology, such as archaeoastronomy, archaeoacoustics, rock art, sensory archaeology, the prehistory of mind, shamanism and shamanic landscapes, folklore, mythology, ethnobotany, and more. Moreover, it would consider scholarly papers from anyone, whether within the academic establishment or not if their papers met a certain standard. After four years of effort, seeking a suitable publisher and undergoing international academic evaluation, Time & Mind came into being, its first issue being published in March 2008. The first publisher was Berg, but the title was eventually taken over by Routledge. It is published four times a year.
I became sole managing editor a good number of years ago, but have now given notice that I wish to retire from the post at the end of 2019. Hopefully, the journal will continue in its role of filling a gap in the serious literature.