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Welcome to the Taylor & Francis Author Services site
Welcome to our site for journal authors. You have come to the right place if you are looking for advice and tips on preparing your article and choosing a journal, or guidance on what happens during production and after publication.
How can we help you?
Are you looking for information about our open access journals? Find out more about open access news and developments, useful information for authors, and our Open and Open Select publishing models on our open access page.
Are you looking for the Instructions for Authors for a particular journal? If so, please visit Taylor & Francis Online, and then search for the journal you require. Instructions for Authors can be found under the "Authors and submissions" tab on the left-hand navigation.
Are you looking for information about the status of an article that is already in production? If so, please use our tracking system, CATS.
Are you looking for information about publication charges or fees? If so, please visit Taylor & Francis Online, and then search for the journal you require. Instructions for Authors can be found under the "Authors and submissions" tab, and this will tell you if there are any charges.
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Use our quick "submit an article" link below if you are an author with a paper prepared and you already know which journal you would like to submit to. All aspects of the preparation, submission and production process are covered by the author guides on this site if you need more information.
What are authors' attitudes to open access publishing in 2014? With open access continuing to have a high profile, is all the debate and discussion helping to inform researchers and influence their thinking?
This year’s survey offers some intriguing shifts in opinions since we surveyed authors in 2013, placing responses from both years next to each other to show how views have changed, and to what degree.
Plus, explore the ever-growing Routledge open access education collection.
Taylor & Francis wants your article to be discovered by as many people as possible, and we work hard to ensure your paper has maximum impact. Press releases are one of the tools used to increase the visibility of your article, within academia but also beyond – so with specialist and general media, policy makers and the public.
We’ve gathered together some of our press release success stories so you can see how this process works and the interest generated. Don’t forget to visit our newsroom too for all the latest press releases, across all disciplines.
Free article collections
There’s a wide range of subjects covered in our free article collections this month, so whatever your discipline there’s bound to be something for you.
- Interdisciplinary statistics
- Planet Earth research collection, considering the society and culture of humanity.
- Celebrating World Environment Day (WED) 2014 (SIDS and climate change)
- Reflecting on the Rwandan genocide and its lasting legacy.
- Exploring migratory bird research
- Dance in Education
- The homework collection
- Teaching with technologies
- Examining issues in food science
For 2014, we’ve got some new science and technology and environment and agriculture journals, with the first issue from each currently free to read online now.
Plus, sign up to Table of Contents Alerts and you could win a $100 Amazon voucher.
Interested in Footwear Science? Discover more about their special issue on "Soccer shoes: enhancing fit and performance."
We are committed to promoting and increasing the visibility of your article and would like to work with you to promote your paper to potential readers. Read more about how you can promote your article.
Why not request a free banner for use on your email signature to tell people about your article, or post the banner on your website or blog?