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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.
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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.
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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.
Got questions on peer review? Have them answered at a free workshop
Taylor & Francis is once again supporting Sense about Science’s free workshop on 'Peer review: the nuts and bolts’. Aimed at early-career researchers, this free workshop will be held in London on 29 May.
Hurry though – the deadline for applications is 22 May.
Read our editors’ step-by-step guide to writing a review
Are you about to review a journal paper for the first time, and looking for a little guidance? Editor Resources has brought together advice from our journal editors to create a simple guide to writing a review.
Get reviewing with Prion
Prion, the first international, peer-reviewed journal to focus exclusively on protein folding and misfolding, protein assembly disorders, and protein-based and structural inheritance, is looking for reviewers.
Showing the breadth of research they publish, the editors have also gathered together the most cited articles from Prion as listed in the Web of Science Core Collection.
Understanding open access
Understand publishing OA with Taylor & Francis by reading our latest guidance for researchers, including a quick "Introduction to OA" video. Plus read one early-career researcher’s "perspective," telling us why he chose to publish OA, and how it benefits his research.
Inform your research with May’s newest free-access articles
Celebrate with us as we mark the World Days of Health and Art, focus on celebrity culture, commemorate the United Nations Day of Sport for Development and Peace, and show ongoing support for the Millennium Development Goals scheme (highlighting education and global partnership for development this month).
- Archaeology through the ages
- The International Year of Light
- Cultural diversity and race in education
- Most read collection in further and higher education
- Health communication
- Quantum and topical chemistry
- Voice and performance
- Politics in Africa
- Vector-borne and zoonotic diseases
- Human rights and the concept of the responsibility to protect
Looking to get published? Don’t miss the latest calls for papers
Responding to calls for papers is an excellent way to get your research published. This month you could publish your research in:
- Gender and Education, developing critical discussions of gender and education in its broadest sense
- The Canadian Art Therapy Association Journal
- Javnost – The Public (the Journal of the European Institute for Communication and Culture), a platform for social scientists all over the world to address, promote, share, and discuss problems, issues, and developments of publicness.
- Communication Research and Practice
- WORD, the journal of the International Linguistic Society
- Language Arts and Linguistics, connecting linguistics and the creative verbal arts and media
- New for 2015 and also calling for papers is Theatre & Performance Design
Publish in the latest special issues
The Journal of Child & Adolescent Mental Health is looking for papers on the theme of community-based interventions for child and adolescent psychiatric disorders in low-resource settings.
The European Journal of Developmental Psychology is publishing short reports on instruments and procedures for developmental research.
Social Work Education is looking for papers on the theme of "Social work and social media: best friends or natural enemies."
The Asia Pacific Journal of Social Work & Development will focus on social care for older adults' capacities and engagement for ageing-in-place.
All of these are calling for papers now. Select your field of research, click on the links, and find out how you can get published.
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