The Universal Dance
'Jock' McEldowney was forever penning submissions to Council asking for the appointment of a fulltime editor at the University Press. He felt the Press warranted it, not only because such a position would raise the Press's potential, but also that works submitted could then be guaranteed proper attention. Manuscripts came to him in various forms, from vague ideas to impeccable typescripts. If not rejected, each demanded full attention. The 1980s were lean years, and in 1981, John Watson's editing of Charles Brasch's prose writings was the only publication for that year.