General Information for Journal Authors
Preparing your manuscript for publication
- Benefits of using LaTeX to prepare electronic manuscripts
- Information about AMS author packages
- Links to journal specific author packages are found on each journal's home page or in a list of all journals.
- Tips for preparing an electronic manuscript in LaTeX
- Creating graphics
- TeX resources
- MR Lookup - A Reference Tool for Linking
- MR Lookup is a tool for creating and verifying references and for adding links to MathSciNet, in many cases indirectly adding links to original papers.
Submitting your manuscript
The AMS uses Centralized Manuscript Processing for initial submissions to our journals. The preferred method for initial manuscript submission is to upload a PDF file for peer review. Links to specific instructions are available on each journal's home page.
Copyright and Permissions Information for AMS Authors
Where to send files for accepted papers
Links to specific instructions are available on each journal's home page.
Tracking the progress of your manuscript
Track an accepted article through the AMS journals publication stream using the Manuscript tracking system.
Making changes to articles after publication
To preserve the integrity of electronically published articles, once an individual article is electronically published but not yet in an issue, changes cannot be made in the article. The AMS policy on making changes to articles after publication provides information about submitting an errata.
For most AMS journals, free downloadable and printable PDF versions of published articles will be available upon print publication.
Notification email will be sent as soon as an article is published in print with information about accessing the offprints site through each author's AMS Web account. If an author has an existing Web account, a reminder of their Username will be provided to help log in. If an author does not have a Web account, their AMS customer code (AMSID) will be provided to use along with their name and email to establish a Web account.
This electronic delivery system eliminates the delay from print publication to offprint delivery that previously resulted from printing, sorting, and mailing paper offprints and will provide authors with permanent access to their article once it is published.