Information for authors
and editoral policies
Original manuscripts will be considered for publication. Information that has been published or is being considered for publication elsewhere will not be accepted unless discussed with the Editor. Manuscripts that appear to meet the aims of the Journal will be reviewed by the Editor before a decision is made on publication. Authors who have a new concept for on-line presentation are invited to contact the Editor to initiate a dialog.
Style Manuscripts should conform to acceptable language usage. Abbreviations must be limited primarily to those in general usage.
The Editor encourages the use of more than one pathway of presentation of materials which might allow the reader greater flexibility in viewing.
By submitting your article for publication, you grant Antennae the copyright to reproduce the work and associated images in electronic format or in paper format derived from the on-line work. If the work has been solicited or commissioned by Antennae, the intellectual property for such contribution needs to be discussed with the editorial board. If such category of work is published in Antennae, and this also represent the first published instance for the work, a written request for a re-print needs to be forwarded to the Editor in order to obtain authorisation for partial or full reproduction of the work. Interview questions written for Antennae and relative answers supplied by interlocutors become, upon publication, intellectual property of Antennae and a written request for a re-print needs to be forwarded to the Editor in order to obtain authorisation for partial or full reproduction in other publications.
Original articles may be submitted in English. Send your manuscript in digital format in simple text, Microsoft Word, or PDF.
The extensive use of images is encouraged. The standard size for images is 300 dpi. Please avoid spaces when numbering your images and use the extension to indicate the compression algorithm (e.g., figure1.jpg, figure2.gif, etc.). It would be helpful to indicate the appropriate location of your figures within your text.