Editorial Policy aims to publish the best current research across a number of disciplines in the Arts and Humanities. Three main types of material are published:

  • Scholarly electronic editions of texts, with advanced customisable and interactive features to let both readers and editors be in control of the presentation and reading of texts.
  • One-off articles or essays on various subjects, which will be rigorously peer-reviewed before publication. As our collections develop, these will be grouped by topic in order to form more coherent groupings.
  • Longer 'volumes' - either collections of essays or monographs - published from time to time.

We welcome contributions from scholars and thinkers in all these categories; please see 'Information for Contributors' for guidelines on submission and details of our profit-sharing scheme.