Publish with CSMFL

Make use of the CSMFL’s infrastructure and expertise of publishing academic content with its global content partnerships. Be it an authored title or an edited academic book, we encourage you to submit your proposal for an evaluation and possible selection for its publishing with us.

If you want us to review your book proposal for a possible acceptance, please write to our Editorial Office for an evaluation.

There are no costs/fees involved in publishing with us. All we look for is the quality content.

CSMFL Books are available worldwide via:
EBSCOhost Academic Collection | EBSCO Ebooks | GOBI | Google Books | Google Play Books | WorldCat Discovery Service/OCLC | CrossRef Metadata Search | CSMFL Bookstore | and other leading book resellers and academic content vendors.

A. Authored Book Proposals

Sole or multiple authors may propose a book title to our content evaluation team for a possible selection. For making a book proposal, the authors need to send us a book outline/abstract mentioning:

1. the book title, subject domain,
2. authorship details with affiliation,
3. target audience,
4. justification how & why the readers would find the book (if published) as a valuable reading,
5. length of the book,
6. time frame within which the full text will finally be available for a review
7. and any other information which is worth to be notified to us pertaining to that proposal.

While submitting a book proposal, the authors need to refer and adhere to our editorial policies, which are re-produced herein below for the ready reference of the authors.

How a proposal is selected?

Once our editorial office receives a proposal, the same is assigned to a content evaluation team for a word on the proposal’s suitability for our content inventory. If found suitable, we convey our decision to the author to complete follow-on formalities, i.e. signing authorship-cum-publishing agreement (provisional), copyright declarations, provision of full-text content, review timeline, etc. Once the full-text is reviewed and accepted for its publication, the signed provisional authorship-cum-publishing agreement becomes final and operative. And the book editing and publishing is undertaken by our content publishing department.

Also read Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for Authors

B. Edited Book Proposals

If an editor wants to bring & publish an edited book with us, the editor may propose such an edited proposal to our editorial office for an accord. If consented to by our editorial office, the editor is invited to complete the formalities to bring, edit and publish the book proposal. Our editorial policies will remain applied to the contributing authors to the edited book. The proposing editor will be free to invite chapters to the edited book and will further be assisted by our content evaluation team for selecting the best suitable and relevant work for the book.

Publish as Editor
If you are a PhD and experienced in reviewing and editing academic materials, you can publish an edited volume (book) with us.
Submit your edited book proposal

Content Re-use Permissions to CSMFL Authors & Editors

When an author publishes with CSMFL Publications, they retain their right to use their work for scholarly and teaching purposes. Also, read more on Content Permissions to Authors & Editors .

Policy on Publication Ethics & Misconduct

As a traditional academic books publisher, the CSMFL Publications relies on the generally accepted best practices on academic publishing worldwide. We uphold the scholarly discipline as the desired set for determining any publishing avenue.

We adhere to publish without getting influenced by any person, institution, polity or any unjust-monetary reward. Every title we publish has to undergo a pre-determined and specified selection criteria. We do our best to render the best reading experience by curating only quality content and excluding all others following our title selection criteria.

Every book proposal needs to undergo for an evaluation by our Title Evaluation Team before an acceptance for publishing with us. We have an invested confidence by our readers, content vendors, institutional content partners, and subscribing libraries that our Title Evaluation Team always aspires to uphold without any exception.

We prohibit the scholarly misconduct by any of our published or to-be published author, reviewers and editors (‘in-house’ as well as invited). We require all of them to abide our code of professional conduct and forward their assistance to maintain a scholarly discipline and professional work-flow in all our work processes.

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