The academic peer-reviewed open-access journal – the Offa’s Dyke Journal – is now an established venue for the latest original work on exploring borderlands and frontiers past and present, including research on place-names, landscapes, walls and dykes and networks. Our focus is upon the Anglo-Welsh borderlands, but we are interested in publishing original comparative work on borders and boundaries from other parts of the globe. In addition, we also publish ‘classics revisited’ pieces – updating key research published elsewhere but hitherto unavailable digitally and open-access. The editors – Liam Delaney and Howard Williams – invite submissions for volume 3 for 2021 by 1st March 2021. ODJ volume 1 is now fully published online, and hard-copies can be purchased from Archaeopress. ODJ volume 2 contains an equally rich range of works. It is now closed to new submissions, and the final compilation will be available by November 2020. For further details about ODJ, including author guidelines, please follow this link.