The Review of Symbolic Logic

Submission Guidelines

We have an online web based management system for the RSL. Articles should now be submitted via the ASL’s journal management website. Instructions for its use can be found at this site.

Authors who prefer blind refereeing are invited to prepare their papers accordingly and choose this option upon submission. Finally, the managing editor will assign an editor for your article. Normally we are able to get back to authors with a first verdict after a period of three months or less.

Information about format and style preferences can be found at the Cambridge University Press site for the RSL.

A link to a pdf file of the published version of accepted papers, which can be distributed by the authors, will be supplied at no charge. The ASL policy on plagiarism applies to the RSL.

If you cannot get the system to work or experience difficulties, please email aslpub@math.cornell.edu with a description of the problem.

The RSL publishes only original papers that have not been published previously, and are not submitted for publication elsewhere.