Call for papers
To whom it may concern,
I have a great pleasure to invite all organ and organ music researchers in the widest possible spectrum of academic exploration to publish in the pages of the journal Folia Organologica.
The Editorial Board is concerned not only to create a group of people cooperating with us continuously wider, but we also want the academic level of works presented in Folia Organologica to be on the highest possible level that would comply with every research standard and match contemporary editing and publishing trends.
Articles and works following the rules discussed in the Instructions for Authors file together with all statements should be send to the Editorial Board (in an electronic form only) by the 31st May.
In order to secure the authenticity of academic articles (firewall ghostwriting) the Editorial Board kindly asks to send a written declaration that the emailed text ready to be published is an original work and has not been published anywhere yet. Authors should also send the Editorial Board a statement about copyright transfer.
Stages of publishing process
JUNE – JULY
Double blind review.
In case of extreme marks, the Editorial Board will choose a third reviewer.
Authors will have a chance to refer to reviewers' comments.
SEPTEMBER – OCTOBER
Proofreading and technical editing.
Authors will be informed about their works after technical composition.
Printing Folia Organologica.
Sending a new edition of Folia Organologica to authors, reviewers and subscribers.
Adding the new edition of Folia Organologica on the journal's webpage.
We are looking forward to hearing from and collaborating with you.
On behalf of the Editorial Board of Folia Organologica
dr hab. prof. UO Grzegorz Poźniak