THE JOURNAL OF CRYPTOZOOLOGY IS NOW IN PRINT!

by on Nov.02, 2012, under Syndicated from the Web

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Less than nine months after officially announcing on ShukerNature its founding (click here for details), I am delighted to announce that the inaugural volume of the Journal of Cryptozoology – currently the world’s only peer-reviewed, scientific journal devoted to mystery animals – is now in print. Click here to visit its official website for full details of its contents and how to subscribe to this historic periodical, for which I am the editor and CFZ Press is the publisher.
Of course, now that it is in print, this means that once again I am calling for papers, this time for Volume 2, due for publication in 2013. A full ‘Instructions to Contributors’ giving style conventions required for all submissions can be found in the journal or viewed online (click here), and all submissions can be emailed directly to me at Editor@journalofcryptozoology.com
NB – I am happy to confirm that when purchasing the journal a shipping rate of just £2 applies not only within the UK but also worldwide, so if you are purchasing it from outside the United Kingdom you will still pay just £2 shipping.
 

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