Publishing on the InterNet

Hemant Desai (
Sat, 23 Mar 1996 19:11:26 -0600 (CST)

Hi! Given that the publication process has come up in discussions recently,
I thought this info is relevant for other wannabe-authors. Good Luck!
Forwarded Message:

PREP the Psychology Preprint Bulletin Board, a Web-Site located at is a FREE Psychology Preprint Bulletin Board; a
free public service bulletin board for authors of academic Psychology papers.

* PREP is commited to the principle that all bona fide psychology
research is entitled to immediate, free, worldwide publication.

Physics, Math and Chemistry (the hard sciences) have been operating
free preprint boards for several years and are posting thousands of papers
per month. Until the establishment of PREP (the 1st preprint board in
Psychology) this type of service has not been available to Psychology
authors and/or researchers.

* If you have any papers ready for journal submission, currently in
submission, awaiting publication, drafts, works in progress or rejected
papers- we urge you to take advantage of this simple, convenient method of
circulating a PREPRINT of you paper to the Psychology community.

PREP is designed to handle text and illustrations in a simple "click
and read" format. No specialized equipment, software or computer expertise
is required- we optically scan all illustrations free of charge.

* If publication of your work is dragging on and on, you can have your
paper, even a preliminary draft with hand drawings, in world wide
circulation, free of charge, in 48 hours.

Check today!

George Hammond, Editor in Chief

PS: Please do not email us for submission instructions. Complete
step-by step instructions are given on the PREP board itself at -- -- including email instructions. You must view
the PREP board using a Web-Browser such as Netscape (which is freeware on
the Internet).