Journal Author Resources

Our high quality, peer-reviewed journals have been published since 1891 and cover a broad range of mathematical disciplines. By publishing with the AMS, your book will be part of one of the most respectable collections of mathematical literature in the world. Here, we offer a step-by-step guide to help you publish with the AMS, starting with selecting the right journal for your paper.

The AMS uses Centralized Manuscript Processing for initial submission to our journals.

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All articles submitted to journals published by the AMS are peer-reviewed. The AMS has a single blind peer-review process in which the reviewers know who the authors of the manuscript are, but the authors do not have access to the information on who the peer reviewers are. Questions about the initial submission process should be directed to jrnl-initsub@ams.org.

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AMS Journal Production Steps

Select a Journal | Produce Your Article | Submit Your Accepted Article |
Track Your Article | Post-Publication Information

Post-Publication Information

Making Changes to Articles After They Are Published

For journals that appear in both print and electronic formats: Articles are published on the AMS website after proofs are returned and before the articles appear in an issue. To preserve the integrity of the published article, changes cannot be made to the article once it is published on the website.

Submitting an Errata Article

Once the article is published on the AMS website, you can correct critical errors by submitting an errata article to the Editor. The errata article will be published electronically, will appear in a future print issue, and will link back to the original article.

Offprint Information

For most AMS journals, free PDF versions of published articles will be available upon print publication.

Notification email is sent as soon as the article is published with information about accessing the offprints site, which will provide you with permanent access to your article once it is published. If you have an existing AMS Web account, a reminder of your Username will be provided to help you log in. If you do not have a Web account, your AMS customer code (AMSID) will be provided to use with your name and email to establish a Web account.

In addition to an electronic offprint, Memoirs of the AMS authors will receive five (5) complimentary copies of their article.