Notes for Contributors

A manuscript selected for publication must be relevant to Newfoundland and Labrador, and written in such a way that is has an appeal that transcends its discipline. Articles may be submitted in either English or French. Those deemed by the Editor to be worthy of further consideration are assessed by referees chosen for their expertise in the relevant or a cognate discipline.

The Editor welcomes the submission of manuscripts, in either English or French. Authors are required to submit an abstract of approximately 100 words. Articles may be submitted to the Editor in electronic format, using WORD or WordPerfect 8 or higher. Articles should not normally exceed 10,000-14,000 words. Substantially shorter submissions may be considered as Research Notes.  The journal uses endnotes rather than footnotes. Since the journal is interdisciplinary, contributors may use the citation method usual for the discipline concerned. Spelling follows Canadian norms. In case of uncertainty, contributors should consult The Canadian Oxford Dictionary. Authors are responsible for obtaining copyright clearances where applicable. When an article has been accepted for publication, the author will be asked to make the text conform to the house style, and to sign a consent to publish form. Copyright will rest with the journal.

Manuscripts may be submitted electronically to