Please send all submissions via email to:
or on disk via post to:
Parapsychology Foundation, Inc.
PO Box 1562
New York, New York 10021, USA
Manuscripts are to be submitted electronically. Authors wishing to submit paper copies of their manuscripts must obtain prior permission from the Editors.
Manuscripts should be formatted for 81⁄2 x 11 inch paper, double-spaced, single-sided, with one-inch margins. Headers should include the first author’s surname, short title, and page number. All submissions must follow the publishing guidelines of the American Psychological Association (APA), with appropriate sections, headings, figure and table captions, and references. Tables and graphics may be embedded in the text, but separate copies of the graphics should also be submitted with the manuscript. Microsoft Word and Word Perfect are preferred for text; jpg, gif, and tif are preferred for graphics. Authors who wish to submit papers or graphics in other formats must obtain prior permission from the Editors.
Submissions should be original, previously unpublished, and written in English. Translations of articles previously published or in press in languages other than English may also be submitted. All articles, case reports and “Classical Updates” must be accompanied by an abstract of 120 words. Materials intended for the “Book Reviews,” “In Film, On Film and With Film,” “Electronika,” and “Etc. Etc. Etc.” sections are also welcome, although a query letter in advance of such submissions is preferred.
All solicited and unsolicited manuscripts will be vetted by the Editorial Staff and if accepted for submission, peer-reviewed. All manuscripts that have been accepted for publication will be copy-edited for accuracy, consistency, conformance to APA and IJP style, as well as conformance to American conventions in grammar and spelling. IJP reserves the right to schedule the manuscript for publication as it sees fit.
Authors of material published in the IJP will receive one complimentary copy of the issue in which their submission appears and an Adobe Acrobat file for the purpose of printing their own reprints and/or posting their materials to their personal websites.