- Contributions should be in English (with consistent spelling conventions). Proofreading the manuscripts before submission is encouraged. Brief abstracts in Latvian, Lithuanian and Estonian will be added by the Editorial Team (100 words each).
- The journal publishes original research articles (not published or submitted elsewhere) that are not longer than 6,500 words (including references) which not only report on translation and interpreting issues involving Latvian, Lithuanian and Estonian (either represented in the respective countries or in the EU), but also involving other lesser-used languages and related contexts.
- Manuscripts should be typed in Word document, 1.5 spaced with 11-point Calibri font (margins 2.5 all around). Illustrations, diagrams, tables and figures should be placed within the text and provided separately as attached files (JPG, Excel charts, TIF, photographs etc.). Article should be divided into sections and subsections using endnotes as sparingly as possible.
- Submissions are accepted either online or as email attachments containing the title of the article, the name and affiliation of the author(s) with email address(es), funding information (if applicable), and acknowledgments. An abstract outlining the article must be provided (100 words) with key words.
- Please use the APA reference style. See examples here or here.
- Authors are responsible for obtaining copyright related permissions when quoting or reproducing material from other sources. In addition, authors retain copyright and grant the journal right of first publication with the work simultaneously licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License that allows others to share the work with an acknowledgement of the work’s authorship and initial publication in this journal.
- Please go through and check, if you have considered all points (1 to 7) in your submission (incomplete submissions will be returned).
- Send your manuscript with additional files and your affiliation information to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- After the Editors accept a manuscript for review, it undergoes a blind-review process.
- Reviewers should be experts in their areas providing objective evaluation of the submitted manuscript.
- The selected reviewers will be asked to answer specific questions (in the form of questionnaire) about the submitted manuscript as well as comment and insert corrections directly in the Word document using track changes and comment tool (comment ID will be removed afterwards).
- The Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) guidelines regarding peer-review process can be found here.