New Service: Ask Editor in Chief

Posted Thu, Feb, 14,2013

Announcing our new "Ask Editor in Chief" service! 

Are you considering submitting a paper to a Libertas journal?  Perhaps you're unsure whether your paper is within the journal's scope.  Maybe you're concerned about whether a journal accepts papers of a certain type, or your paper is in some respect novel.

The Ask Editor in Chief service is here to help.  Submit a question or a draft abstract or manuscript to the Editor in Chief and receive a prompt response.  

The Editor in Chief will normally respond in just a few days, avoiding the wasted time associated with preparing a submission only to find that it's not right for the journal.  It also helps us to preserve our peer reviewers' valuable time.

Ask Editor in Chief is available for all journals now.  Visit your journal of choice to learn more

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