I mentioned to a colleague the other day that the first issue of FPQ was nearing publication, and she welcomed the news with the comment that her state requires new publication to be Open Access, joking, “I’ll have to publish everything with FPQ.” Of course, we can’t place all our works in Open Access journals, as not every essay easily fits into the few no-fee Open Access publishers in Philosophy (and there are too few). The obvious alternative is to satisfy the requirements of Open Access publication with self-archiving, but some self-archiving mechanisms seem better than others. My colleague expressed concerns that self-archiving on author-owned webpages might reduce the scholarly citation-rates of publications, which is a bit frustrating in light of Kieran Healy’s research on gender and citation rates. I’d welcome the input of those with more knowledge and experience regarding self-archiving. What’s emerging as wise practice?