The journal Polyphonia is published twice a year (spring and autumn). Anyone willing to collaborate is pleased to send his / her articles
at least by the end of November for the spring issue and by the
end of June for the autumn issue.
2. The texts should be sent in a CD, accompanied by two anonymous
copies, or via e-mail.
3. Articles should be also accompanied by an abstract and a short
C.V., both in Greek and in English language.
4. All the above should be sent to one of the following addresses:
a) Editions “Culture”, 54 Solonos str., 106 72, Athens, Greece.
b) George Vlastos, 26 Attalou str., 19 005, N.Voutzas, Greece / firstname.lastname@example.org.
c) Yannis Belonis, 32 Dardanellion str., 165 62, A. Glyfada, Greece /
Articles will be published on approval of the Editorial Board,
which will inform in due time the writers, without being obliged
to give reasons for its decisions.
6. The editing conserves the right of printing changes for reasons
of homogeneity on the appearance of Polyphonia.
7. Writers are obliged to inform the Editorial Board for any
other republication or submission for publication of their articles
in another journal.
8. Bibliographical notes should
follow universal standards, depending on the special needs of each
text. In any case, clarity and homogeneity
in their use are the most significant factors.
9. Titles of works should be written beginning with a capital letter and in italics. Moreover, the use of two kinds of quotation marks is recommended: angular
quotation marks (« ») are used in bibliography as usual (for article
titles, text titles of collective publications, etc.) and in quotations, while the so-called hooks (“ ”) are used in the rest of the
cases. Furthermore, punctuation marks are coming after the closing quotation mark (i.e.: polyphonia».), but especially the exclamation mark, the question
mark and the dots, provided that they belong to a quotation, are placed before the closing quotation mark and then another appropriate punctuation mark is
immediately added (i.e.: polyphonia!».). Finally, numbers of notes should follow quotation
marks (i.e.: polyphonia.1).
10. Musical examples should be sent apart, written in a specific music notation programme (such as Finale or Sibelius), and their exact position inside the article
should be indicated. It is also recommended that
pictures and photographs should be sent in a TIFF file in a 600 dpi analysis.