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"Originality is the essence of true scholarship.  Creativity is the soul of the true scholar."~Nnamdi Azikiwe

Our Review Panel

TheSaxophonist.org is now accepting original, unpublished, research-based articles via blind peer-review.  Saxophone-based topics can include but are not limited to:  

  • History

  • Pedagogy

  • Literature

  • Performance practice

  • Instrument develop 

 

Additionally, jazz performance practice, history, and technique, as well as woodwind performance and pedagogy, will be considered as long as it centers around the saxophone.  

Manuscript requirements 
  • Abstract of no more than 300 words.  This abstract should clearly outline that goals and objectives of the document.

  • Where there is no set limit on length, documents in the 5000-7000 (not including citations or notes).word range are generally more reader-friendly.

  • The document should be submitted in Word .doc or .docx formats with no identifiable names, markings or logos.

  • All permissions (for musical examples, photos, etc.) should be documented either through accompanying documentation or through copyright within the document itself. 

  • Submission cannot be previously published or simultaneously submitted to another publication.  

  • All submissions must be publication ready.  Submissions that lack proper grammar, punctuation or rules of style will be rejected.

  • You must include a brief biography of no more than 300 words as well as a digital photo.

How to submit
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Arizona State University

Tempe, Arizona

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Hastings College

Hastings, Nebraska

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Borough of Manhattan Community College,

Monticello, NY Public Schools 

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Furman University 

Greenville, South Carolina

  • Send your unmarked manuscripts, bio, photo and abstract via email to:  thesaxophonistmag@gmail.com  

  • Include in the subject heading:  SCHOLARLY SUBMISSION

  • Please CC yourself on the email to determine delivery status.

  • You will receive a notification of receipt once we have received your document.

  • Reviews will take 3-4 weeks to review and those chosen will be notified of acceptance as well as potential publication dates.