Venues for X-Phi

I have been struggling to decide on a suitable venue for a paper I'd like to submit to a journal. On the one hand, it's a bit longer than most journals prefer (~13,000 words). On the other hand (and
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I have been struggling to decide on a suitable venue for a paper I'd like to submit to a journal. On the one hand, it's a bit longer than most journals prefer (~13,000 words).  On the other hand (and more importantly), it contains the results of several studies. Other than the interdiscplinary journals like Mind and Language, Consciousness and Cognition, and Philosophical Psychology, which mainstream philosophy journals have published work by experimental philosophers? I, for one, co-authored a piece on free will in PPR several years ago and I published another piece in Analysis (from all the way back in 2004!). But I was curious what kind of luck others have had publishing their work in mainstream journals. More importantly, what kind of experiences have experimental philosophers had working with traditional journals--e.g., did you get helpful referee reports or did the editors even send out your work to referees before rejecting it straightaway?  Any and all feedback would be. . .

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