The Slaviyanski dialozi journal accepts manuscripts submitted personally by their authors at:

By submitting their text, the author accepts the terms and conditions of the publisher’s code of ethics which is announced and publicly available, as well as to follow the manuscript preparation guidelines.

The manuscripts can be accompanied by illustrative material. When using specific graphic systems (for example a text in Old Church Slavonic) the author is obliged to send his material not only in text format, but also in a .pdf file, and attach the corresponding font style.

Only materials with explicitly established authorship and which do not create conflicts of interest are accepted for discussion.

In the accompanying letter, the author must explicitly state that this text has not been published in Bulgarian in any other physical or digital edition. Due to our desire to promote meaningful research that is unknown to Bulgarian readers, but also significantly contribute to the development of separate thematic fields of Slavic studies, we accept articles or excerpts from monographs published in a foreign language and submitted by their authors. The translation of these articles or excerpts may be sent along with the original or be prepared by the editorial board and its collaborators.

The deadlines for the submission of articles, translations, and reviews are as follows:

for the non-thematic issue – 30 November,

for the thematic – 31 May.

The non-thematic issue will be published by the end of May (next year), and the thematic issue, by the end of November (the same year).

Each author and translator that submits a manuscript for publication must enclose a brief autobiographical reference: degrees and titles, workplace, field of creative interests, important published books (the year of publication should be indicated in brackets), awards.

Scientific articles should be contributive and not limited to well-known opinions or informative descriptions. They should offer a new research perspective based on the empirical material under scrutiny.

Articles without bibliographical sources are not allowed.

The bibliography must indicate only the sources mentioned and cited in the main text.

The technical layout of the texts must comply with the specified standard.

Te author receives the two review cards within one month after submitting his text to become acquainted with the examiners’ recommendations. They have one week to edit their text, which is then again sent to the same examiners.

A manuscript that has received two positive reviews from two independent and anonymous reviewers is accepted for publication. If it is submitted in a foreign language, it may be reviewed before being translated.

Manuscripts student are accepted for the “Debuts” section only if accompanied by a recommendation letter from the student’s academic supervisor. The section is open to students from all three levels of higher education: bachelor’s, master’s, and PhD students.

Translations of fiction must be accompanied by a biographical reference and a photograph of the translated author, as well as the original text. These translations are read and edited by specialists in the field of the respective foreign language.

Publication in the journal is free for all authors. This also applies to cases where the editorial board is to provide an interpreter.