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Jason Jackson’s account of the rise and revision of Museum Anthropology Review may very well be as “inside baseball” as anything academic can get, but it is a detailed chronology of the events, and the reasons, that he helped establish an open access journal that continues to thrive today. I recommend it to my students for its very clear articulation of the inner workings of scholarship: there are costs; there is labor.