It is our goal to publish a high quality book of well-written articles. Articles may be either expository or original. They should, however, not have been submitted or published elsewhere. Expository papers that refer to work published elsewhere for details are OK, but they must be original as exposition. There are no lower or upper bounds on length. (Past submissions have averaged about 20 pages per article.)
In case you are planning to include in your manuscript figures/tables/quotations or other illustrations derived from other sources you must obtain permission rights from the original publisher. An electronic version of the permission rights letter is available upon request.
Our aim is to quickly produce a volume of high quality reviewed papers collecting in one place a description of where we are now and where we are going, which we believe will be a valuable addition to the literature in the field. We encourage you to submit a manuscript. You may, of course, add one or more coauthors for the written contribution.
The Volume(s) will be prepared in a uniform style (using LaTeX). You can send us the file by e-mail or disk, in addition to a hard copy, and we will handle the style formatting for you.
You can send requests and questions to our Publications Office staff at email@example.com.
Below are the major guidelines for those who are submitting papers for the IMA Proceedings Volumes.