2019-07-26 12:21:22 UTC
I have just finished a 30 page article on ‘The Serjeants of Chancery’, covering the period 1191-1377, which discusses the early history of the serjeanty, and the serjeants (the Spigurnel, the Chaufecire and the Portejoye), including tables of the officers, and their biographies, and was wondering where would be the best place to publish this.
I have done three passes of proofing, but the paper has not yet been proofed externally, and I have no idea on where to go to get it peer-reviewed.
When I look at the English Historical Review and Speculum websites, I am put off by the large amount of re-writing I would have to do, as they both have different ‘house styles’ for articles, conflicting rules on the use of Bold type, referencing standards, their own templates, etc.
I have thought about submitting it to the Journal of the Foundation for Medieval Genealogy, or even self-publishing via Amazon.
Any suggestions, recommendations, tips, welcome.