Whether you are a potential, new or returning author, we aim to provide you with the information and resources you need on this website as you travel through the publishing process. For the most part, this section includes information you will need to know once your work is published, though it does include the forms and templates you need during the prepublication stages of your work.
At different times in the life of your pre- and post-published work, either Leonardo or MIT Press is the appropriate source of information. For journals, a general rule of thumb is that Leonardo's editorial office manages the submission, review and editorial processes. During the production and final publication of your article, MIT Press, as our publisher, takes over. For books, the MIT Press book team manages most of the publishing process under the direction of the Leonardo Book Series editor-in-chief, Sean Cubbit, and executive editor, Roger Malina. If you cannot find answers to your questions regarding the publication of your work, please contact your editor or the appropriate editorial office.