Well, this one is a little bit special. My first sole-author paper has just been accepted for publication at Evolution. The study presents a two-locus model of sexually antagonistic selection for hermaphrodites, and investigates the consequences of genetic linkage, self-fertilization, and dominance for the maintenance of sexually antagonistic genetic variation.
Olito, C. 2016. Consequences of genetic linkage for the maintenance of
sexually antagonistic polymorphism in hermaphrodites. Evolution DOI: 10.1111/evo.13120. PDF