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- Volume 17, Issue 1Winter 2014
The Journal of Electronic Publishing welcomes articles from scholars and practitioners in the field. Scholarly articles will be subject to peer review under the usual procedures; other articles are typically invited, although authors are welcome to suggest topics. Good ideas are always appreciated.
JEP is also interested in creating an archive of articles that cover electronic publishing. We will happily consider articles or conference papers that may have appeared elsewhere. Of course, authors must hold the copyright or get permission from the copyright holder to allow publication in JEP.
Submissions and inquiries may be sent to the editor of the Journal of Electronic Publishing, Maria Bonn, at https://journalofelectronicpublishing.submittable.com/submit.
Each article should include:
- The e-mail address of the author to which readers can write if different from the e-mail address to be used by JEP's editors.
- A narrative biography of each author, of no more than 125 words, not a vita or resume. That is, it should be in sentences and paragraphs, and it would be nice if it were more original than "The Author was born at a very young age in a log cabin which he helped his father build..."
- An abstract of your article. Make it snappy, not sappy: this is what will entice readers to jump in to your wonderful prose. Abstracts can be any length, but should never be longer than the article itself.
- The URL of the author's personal home page, the URLs of Web sites of author's project or university department, or the URL of promotions for the author's books, software, etc. This is your opportunity for shameless self-promotion
In addition, all links to reference sources, examples, etc., should be checked twice.
Footnotes and references: The Journal of Electronic Publishing uses The Chicago Manual of Style.