In addition to accepting complete, final journal issues, Project MUSE offers AxA Publishing, which allows publishers to get their content out to readers faster than ever before:
More information about the AxA Publishing program (PDF).
The technical specifications for creating PDFs are the same whether you are submitting a complete, final journal issue or are participating in the AxA Publishing program.
In order to begin working on a complete, final journal issue, Project MUSE must receive the following files from the publisher:
To submit a preprint article or to create a continuous issue or a digital issue, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for instructions.
All files must be submitted to MUSE through our Publisher Uploader. All publishers are given account credentials for this interface when they first join Project MUSE. If you have forgotten your user name or password or have any other questions, contact museProduction@press.jhu.edu.
Project MUSE encourages publishers to include abstracts and keywords with all of their articles. If abstracts and keywords appear in the article PDFs, we will extract them and handle them accordingly. However, if your article PDFs do not include abstracts and keywords, you can upload them to Project MUSE separately, using this template.
Project MUSE accepts a variety of supplemental materials, including multimedia files, white papers, and spreadsheets, to enhance our publishers’ digital content.
The Templates and full specifications for Creating PDFs contains information about the types of files that we accept, our specifications for these files, and our required naming conventions.