What do you write in a submission letter?

What do you write in a submission letter?

Indicate that you’re submitting the work for consideration, but don’t say muchif anythingabout the work. In these kinds of submissions, you include the story, essay or poems along with the cover letter. So, let the creative work speak for itself.

How can I publish my paper for free?

Find a journal. Find out the journals that could be best suited for publishing your research. Prepare your paper for submission. Download our get published quick guide, which outlines the essential steps in preparing a paper. Submit and revise. Track your research. Share and promote.

Are open access journals free to publish?

In the gold open access model, you pay an article publishing charge (APC), making your article immediately, permanently, and freely available for anyone to access, read, and build upon. In many cases, your institution or research funder will pay the APC on your behalf.

What happens after a paper is accepted?

When your manuscript is accepted for publication, the corresponding author receives the proofs of your manuscript. Once the corresponding author approves these, your article is compiled into an issue of the journal and is published in its final form.

How long does it take Nature to review a paper?

Each review is due in ten days, and many of them do arrive in two weeks. Some may take much longer, and this will hold up the submission if other reviews are positive. If another full round of reviews is needed (I actually requested one due to substantive changes), it can take as long.