Pacific Linguistics De Gruyter Mouton monograph series
The Pacific Linguistics monograph series - continuously by ANU since 1963 - is from the latter half of 2012 published by De Gruyter Mouton (Berlin). Maintaining continuity, the numbering of volumes with continue without interuption. The first volume to be published out of Berlin is Ilana Mushin's A Grammar of (Western) Garrwa (PL-637).
As before, the monograph series will focus primarily on linguistic descriptions, dictionaries and high quality reference materials for the languages of the Pacific, Australia and Asia. However, distribution and sales will be much stronger, and production quality will be enhanced by the shift to high quality hard cover printing.
Editorial control of the series will be managed out of the Department of Linguistics (School of Culture, History & Language) at the ANU, under the editorial board and Managing Editor, ensuring the continuation of high academic standards.
The procedure for submitting book proposals for the DGM series is available here. Authors are now required to provide either camera ready copy, or files appropriately styled for disc conversion, after book proposals have been accepted and review and revision of texts has been completed to the satisfaction of the Editorial Board. The style sheet for camera-ready copy on the De Gruyter Mouton website is here. Do not spend time formatting your texts before they have been accepted and you are requested to do so.
For any questions about the monogrph series, please contact the Managing Editor directly and receive advice on the preparation of a formal proposal.