We welcome original submissions, not published or submitted for publication elsewhere (online or in print), from all parts of the world and from all disciplines. All submissions should be emailed to email@example.com.
Articles should reflect a psychological attitude and in depth exploration of the material. Do not assume that the reader has expertise in a related field.
Occasionally, significant articles that have not been published previously in English are accepted, if appropriate permissions are obtained. Contact the Editor for more information.
It is recommended that you contact the Editor if you have a question about your topic or the Review Editor to find out if a film or book or other work is already being reviewed.
Due to the number of submissions we receive, we regret that we are unable to read manuscripts and make suggestions prior to a formal submission.
Before submitting an article, we strongly advise that you examine several issues of Jung Journal to see if your article would be appropriate. We encourage you to have your paper and edited prior to your original submission. If your article requires substantial editing, you will be asked to work with a professional editor and then resubmit it.
The editorial and blind peer reviews of a feature article may take several months or more, due to the number of submissions we receive. However, please re-contact us after ten days if you do not receive an e-mail acknowledging your submission.
Poetry. The Journal welcomes published and unpublished poems by invitation only. Please limit your submissions to three poems twice a year and include an author identifying statement. Send your submission to LeeAnn Pickrell, Managing Editor (firstname.lastname@example.org)
If your article is accepted for publication, it will be edited and copy edited, with changes reviewed by you. Thank you for considering Jung Journal.
A summary of guidelines can be found at the Taylor and Francis website.