Author’s Guideline

Author’s Guideline

Manuscripts submitted for consideration by the Journal must follow the style given below. The manuscripts should not be submitted simultaneously to any other publication, nor may they have been previously published elsewhere, in English. However, articles that are published previously in another language but updated or improved can be submitted. For such articles, the author(s) will be responsible in seeking the required permission for copyright.


  • Papers should be written in a considerable level of academic English.
  • Manuscripts should be typed and double-spaced in Times New Roman font, 12 points.
  • Manuscripts should be submitted either as Microsoft Word document file or Open Office Writer file.
  • Each article must be accompanied by an abstract of approximately 200 words.
  • Authors are asked to propose maximum 5 keywords.
  • There is no absolute word limit for the All Azimuth; we recommend, however a maximum of 9000 words including footnotes and bibliography.
  • References should be given both in the footnotes and in the bibliography. Reference style must conform to the Chicago Manual of Style. Please see the style for examples.
  • The section titles and subtitles in the manuscripts should be numbered. (i.e. 1. Introduction, 2. Title Xxx, 2.1. Subtitle xxx, etc.)
  • If there are any tables, graphs and figures, they have to be included in the submitted main text file. Graphs and figures should be in one of the usual formats, at best in GIF or BMP format; please make sure that the graphics are small enough to fit an A4 page.
  • The tables, graphs and figures should be numbered consecutively for each and should match the same numbering used in the text.


You can use above list to carry out a final check of your submission before you send it to the journal for review. Manuscripts should be submitted through the: Submission Form

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Publication Guideline

General Practices:
All Azimuth follows a double-blind peer review process. Although processing times may vary, most manuscripts are processed by the editorial staff within two weeks, by which time the editors decide if an article is to be rejected or merits the review process. Each round of reviews may take up to 6 weeks. Manuscripts need two affirmative reviews before they can be considered for publication. Pending the suggestions by the reviewers, an article may be accepted, rejected, or require revisions. In the last case, the author(s) will be given the opportunity to resubmit a revised version of the manuscript based on, and addressing, the reviewers’ comments. This process is repeated until a manuscript is decisively accepted or rejected. In the case of an inconclusive review process, the editorial board may contact additional reviewers.

Only submissions that are submitted through the Journal’s online submission form will be considered for publication.

All Azimuth is an open access journal. Once accepted for publication, manuscripts will be made available online. There are no publishing fees.