So you have some incredible scholarly work that you’ve finished and you are ready to share it with the world. “JSTOR is my first stop! Publication here we come!,” you think to yourself as you log in to your MyJSTOR account.
While we’re excited that JSTOR is the first thing that came to mind, JSTOR does not actually publish any of the work that we host. JSTOR is an organization that works with publishers to digitize the back files of of scholarly journals. For inquiries regarding potential publication and submission information, please contact one of our participating publishers directly.
If you're submitting a new journal that you'd like to see on the JSTOR platform, you'll have to fill out a form located on the following page. On the right hand side of the page, you'll see a link that says 'Submit Content for Consideration.' From there, you can fill out the form we'll need to consider your journal. If you have any further question about publisher participation please contact Content Development at firstname.lastname@example.org