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Please follow the “Submissions” information and guidelines given on the home page of the International Press journal to which you intend to submit an article. You should submit your article as instructed therein. Please do not submit your article to a general International Press e-mail address.
For further information about journal article submission and acceptance, please see the specific instructions given in the “Submissions” section of each journal’s home page.
An International Press DOI having our publisher prefix of
10.4310 is assigned to each new journal article when the article is published online on www.intlpress.com.
The purpose of an International Press DOI is, specifically, to identify an article published online by International Press. It does not identify the article generically, nor does it identify any other online publication of the article. Rather, it identifies our publication of the article: by the journal issue in which it appears, by it page numbers, by its sequence within the issue, and by its online URL. The DOI itself is named using the journal issue number and the article’s sequence within the issue. Please note that, at the time of acceptance for publication, none of that information is firmly established.
International Press publishes works on advanced mathematics (graduate level or higher) submitted by editors/authors with appropriate credentials. We will consider suitable proposals. A proposal taken into consideration is reviewed by one or more qualified specialists as needed, before a publication decision is made.
Please send your proposal, with your curriculum vitae, by e-mail to .
Upon acceptance of a proposed book for publication, a publication contract is typically made between International Press and the book’s author or authors, or in the case of a proceedings or other collection, the volume’s editor or editors.
In general, we ask that you submit your final, for-publication text electronically, in the form of LaTeX or AMS TeX, and that it conform to certain other very basic standards, so as to facilitate its preparation for publication.