We will particularly welcome contributions that
All articles are to be in English (UK or US spelling is acceptable).|
Two versions of the article should be submitted; a final version and an anonymous version (which will be sent to reviewers)
The final article must be a complete in all respects, with title, summary, text,
sub-headings, tables, diagrams, bibiliography, etc. and a brief author-biography.
It is suggested that some of the existing documents are studied as a guide to an acceptable format.
The formatting must be as the author wishes it to be seen and the final version
must handleable by one of the standard Word-Processors such as:
Word, Works, Word Perfect, Word Star and several others. PDF files will do.
If in any doubt, contact us first, we may ask for a 'test-piece'.
We regret that we must ask for you to prepare the finished article in detail but,
we are not funded for this venture (yet) and have to manage it from within existing
resources which are already stretched very thinly. An irony in this world of grants
is that you have prove it works before you can apply for funds!
All documents (at any stage) should always be sent (as e-mail attachments) to:
to ensure that they arrive at the correct machine.
These will then be distributed by CIMT to the appropriate editors.
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