About the Journal

Focus  and Scope

The Yearbook of the Poznań Linguistic Meeting (YPLM) carries selected papers based on presentations at the Poznań Linguistic Meeting, a leading European linguistics conference.

Why subscribe and read

Readers wishing to keep abreast of the research presented at Poznań Linguistic Meetings will find the Yearbook a highly valuable source. It consolidates and extends the presentations delivered at the conference, providing a record of the state-of-the-art studies discussed in Poznań.

Review procedure

Authors of PLM conference papers interested in publishing in YPLM should prepare their manuscripts according to our guidelines.

The recommended length of the article is between 6,000 and 9,000 words. This should be submitted by email to plm@wa.amu.edu.pl.

Once the Editor-in-Chief and the Editorial Team are satisfied that a submission complies with our submission guidelines, a double-blind peer review process is initiated.
Each submission is subject to review by at least two independent reviewers using our review form. The review procedure should take no longer than three months.

Based on the reviewers' recommendations, the Editor-in-Chief will decide that:
– the article shall be accepted as is;
– the article shall be accepted pending minor revision, as recommended by the reviewers;
– the article requires major revision, as recommended by the reviewers; in this case, the author(s) must make the recommended revisions, or explain, in the text of the article or a separate letter to the Editorial office, why they do not accept the revisions; the final decision as to whether the revisions made are acceptable rests with the Editor-in-Chief;
– the article is rejected.

The author(s) will be provided with the content of the reviews, and will be notified of the final decision by email.

Open Access Statement

This journal provides immediate open access, which means that all articles are available on the internet to all users immediately upon publication. Non-commercial and commercial use and distribution in any medium is permitted, provided the author and the journal are properly credited.

Benefits of open access for authors, include:

  •     Free access for all users worldwide
  •     Authors retain copyright to their work
  •     Increased visibility and readership
  •     Rapid publication
  •     No spatial constraints

List of reviewers

Giovanni Abete, Munich, Germany
Werner Abraham, Wiedeń, Austria
Matthew Adams, Stanford, USA
Gisle Andersen, Bergen, Norwegia
Laurie Bauer, Auckland, Nowa Zelandia
Eugeniusz Cyran, Lublin, Polska
Eva Dekany, Budapeszt, Węgry
Radosław Dylewski, Poznań, Polska
Olga Fisher, Amsterdam, Holandia
Stanisław Goźdź-Roszkowski, Łódź, Polska
Russell Gray, Jena, Niemcy
Frans Gregersen, Kopenhaga, Dania
Ulrike Gut, Münster, Niemcy
Jennifer Hay, Canterbury, Nowa Zelandia
Bart Hollebrandse, Groningen, Holandia
Patrick Honeybone, Edynburg, Wlk. Brytania
Masato Kobayashi, Tokio, Japonia
Joanna Kopaczyk, Edynburg, Wlk. Brytania
Anton Kukhto, MIT, USA
Karen Landhal, Chicago, USA
Wayne Lawrence, Auckland, Nowa Zelandia
Elena Lieven, Manchester, Wlk. Brytania
HansChristian Luschützky, Wiedeń, Austria
Christian Mair, Freiburg, Niemcy
Scott Moisik, Singapur, Singapur
Nancy Niedzielski, Texas, USA
Hamid Ouali, Milwaukee, USA
Oswald Panagl, Salzburg, Austria
Piotr Pęzik, Łódź, Polska
Joanna Przedlacka, Londyn, Wlk. Brytania
Nikolaus Ritt, Wiedeń, Austria
Luigi Rizzi, Genewa, Szwajcaria
Paweł Rutkowski, Warszawa, Polska
Geoff Schwartz, Poznań, Polska
Patrycja Strycharczuk, Manchester, Wlk. Brytania
Peter Szigetvari, Budapeszt, Węgry

Similarity Check Plagiarism Screening System

The editorial board participates in a growing community of Similarity Check System's users in order to ensure that the content published is original and trustworthy. Similarity Check is a medium that allows for comprehensive manuscripts screening, aimed to eliminate plagiarism and provide a high standard and quality peer-review process.

Detailed description of the Similarity Check System can be found at: