Read some of the best advice given by Taylor & Francis journal editors – follow it and you can’t go far wrong.
Writing your paper
Your abstract is the shop window of your article – this is where customers (researchers) can sample your wares and decide whether to read and cite your content or instead look elsewhere.
What authorship and affiliation means.
We guide you through what to do if you want to include material in your article that is owned and held in copyright by a third party.
Save time with a template: available from the instructions for authors page for your journal.
Use our guide if your paper contains mathematical elements.
Including supplemental material with your article makes it more discoverable. Research shows that articles with supplemental material are downloaded and cited more often.
Advice from published researchers.
The essentials to remember when you’re writing a paper for one of our journals.
Taylor & Francis gives presentations to researchers around the world, covering the publishing process, the various steps involved, and offering tips and advice.