Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Neophilologus

http://www.springer.com/linguistics/general+linguistics/journal/11061

3 comments:

  1. This journal has a great turn around time. I submitted an article (both electronically and via FedEx). The decision came back in about a month. They have a phenomenal electronic pipeline so editorial revisions were done on-line and quite efficiently. The open access version was uploaded on the Springer site within a month after the revisions were submitted, but the hard copy has not been published yet.
    A great place to publish with a very good reputation.

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  2. My experience. From submission to publication it must have taken about two years, which is excessive considering that the article was accepted without revisions. That was in 1998-2000. Maybe they had a considerable backlog then, or they've improved their turnaround time.

    It's one of the most reputed general literature journals in continental Europe, though largely unknown in the US.

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  3. They accepted my submission about a year ago and hasn't been published yet. They have however put it up online, which is a bit obnoxious -- you're article is "out" but it is not because you don't have all bibliographic details.
    This is supposed to be a good journal, but I have recently read pretty bad stuff published here.
    I will not submit anything to them again

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