If you would be interested in contributing to the Encyclopaedia, please send an email to email@example.com, stating which entries you would be interested in writing. If your proposal is accepted, you will then receive an email to confirm the entries, their length, and the deadline (usually three months from the date of commissioning; can be negotiated if necessary). Your finished entries should be sent as an email attachment to the same email address. The editors reserve the right to reject entries they feel are not up to standard, or to request any changes. Please take great care to follow the instructions for contributors, and also to write within the agreed word limit.
If you have already written and submitted an entry or entries for the Encyclopaedia you should have been contacted to ask for your permission to use your work. If not, then please do get in touch with us. Some of the original entries may need to be updated. We would like to thank all the existing contributors for their great patience with this project.
At present we do not have special funds for language checking articles that have been written by non-native English speakers. We would therefore like to ask all authors to make every effort to get their entries language-checked before submission.
We are currently (March 2010) negotiating with a London-based publisher, and we hope to sign a contract for the book very soon. Individual contributors will not receive contracts, but contributions, length, deadlines etc. will be confirmed by email. Regrettably it is highly unlikely that contributors will be able to receive a free copy of the book, but we will try to negotiate the possibility for contributors to buy it at a reduced price.
Commissioning of the rest of the entries will take place during 2010, and we hope to publish in late 2011 or 2012.