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Special Issue Call for Papers Request Form

Please fill out the following fields to build your Special Issue Call for Papers page. A marketing expert from our Authors & Researchers Marketing team will work to create an effective page that will be supported by various promotional activities. Please note that this text is final and will appear on the website as it was submitted in this form. View an example of a completed Special Issue Call for Papers page here.

Please note, this form is intended to create landing pages for Calls for Papers for Special Issues only. It is not for general calls for papers.
If you need a general call for papers, please contact your Portfolio Manager at Taylor & Francis or send us an email

Please also note that this text is final and will appear on the website as it was submitted in this form.
The submission deadline date cannot be amended.

  • The choices below are researcher focused calls to action that we continue to utilize throughout the promotion of our Call for Papers pages.
  • Please select the journal to pre-populate journal title and link to homepage.

    Note: Once the dropdown list is visible, type in the journal name on your keyboard to auto-scroll the list.
  • Please fill in the journal title exactly as it appears on the journal’s homepage.
  • Set the date at least 3 months in the future.

    Please note that this text is final and will appear on the website as it was submitted in this form.
    Date Format: DD slash MM slash YYYY
  • Set the date at least 4 weeks in the future.
    Date Format: DD slash MM slash YYYY
    • - Please refrain from including general journal information. There are links to the Journal’s homepage, article list, Instructions for Authors, and submission site automatically added to every Call for Papers page.
    • - We highly recommend bullet points whenever possible.
    • - Call for Papers pages are most effective when the copy is clear and concise. Due to this, we have instated a character limit, inclusive of bullet point lists. Additionally, references will no longer be accepted.
    • - Guidance referring to word limits, timelines, formatting preferences, or similar should be placed in the next section (Submission Instructions).
    • - Please refrain from including general journal information. There are links to the Journal’s homepage, article list, Instructions for Authors, and submission site automatically added to every Call for Papers page.
    • - We highly recommend bullet points whenever possible. Do not paste bulleted text directly into this editor, instead, use the function within this editor to add each bullet point.
    • - Call for Papers pages are most effective when the copy is clear and concise. Due to this, we have instated a character limit, inclusive of bullet point lists. Additionally, references will no longer be accepted.
    • - Guidance referring to word limits, timelines, formatting preferences, or similar should be placed in the next section (Submission Instructions).
  • Please keep in mind:
    • - The “Submission Instructions” section will automatically display buttons linking to the Journal’s submission site and Instructions for Authors page.
    • - The manuscript deadline will be clearly stated on the top of your Call for Papers page, there is no need to reiterate it here.


    Examples of information to be added here include:
    • - Select "special issue title” when submitting your paper to ScholarOne
    • - Details of different types of papers that will be accepted
    • - Expected publication dates
  • Please keep in mind:
    • - The “Submission Instructions” section will automatically display buttons linking to the Journal’s submission site and Instructions for Authors page.
    • - The manuscript deadline will be clearly stated on the top of your Call for Papers page, there is no need to reiterate it here.
    • - Do not paste bulleted text directly into this editor, instead, use the function within this editor to add each bullet point.


    Examples of information to be added here include:
    • - Select "special issue title” when submitting your paper to ScholarOne
    • - Details of different types of papers that will be accepted
    • - Expected publication dates
  • Journal or Society accounts may be linked on the Special Issue Call for Papers.
    Editor (Special Issue or Editor(s) in Chief) Twitter accounts will be tagged in promotional tweets.
    All twitter accounts should begin with an @
    Journal Twitter accountSociety Twitter accountEditor Twitter account 
  • A keyword is a particular word or phrase that describe the contents of a Web page. Keywords are intended to act as shortcuts that sum up an entire page.
  • Do not include the Journal Title or the Special Issue Title, these will be auto-populated. This summary will be used in part or in full to aid in the promotion of this Call for Papers.