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The APC is £450. This fee covers all publication costs (editorial processes; web hosting; indexing; marketing; archiving; DOI registration etc.) and ensures that all of the content is fully open access. This approach maximises the potential readership of publications and allows the journal to be run in a sustainable way.
We recognise that not all authors have access to funding, and we do not want fees to prevent the publication of worthy work. As such, exceptional cases should be presented to the Journal Manager pre-submission to justify an APC waiver. The editor and peer reviewers of the journal will not know what amount you have paid, and this will in no way influence whether your article is published or not. A small part of any paid APCs goes towards fee waivers so all who publish with us support our broader community, however we have limited numbers and therefore limited ability to offer this widely, therefore this is typically reserved to those with no capacity for funding.