The Journal of Symbolic Logic publishes research in mathematical logic and its applications of the highest quality. Submissions are expected to exhibit innovation and not merely be minor variations on established work. They should also be of interest to a broad audience.
To be considered for publication, papers should follow the JSL Author Guidelines. Authors should review the ASL’s policy on Publication Ethics. Final decisions to accept papers are made by The Journal editorial board as a whole.
The Journal was founded in 1936, and is issued quarterly with The Bulletin of Symbolic Logic. These two journals, together with The Review of Symbolic Logic are the official organs of the Association for Symbolic Logic.