Trevithick Society Journals
Want to be a contributor? We have a few guidlines for manuscripts:
manuscripts should be typed or word processed in 11 or 12 point font size.
*Preferred paper size is A4.
*Digital images should have a resolution of not less than 300dpi.
*Manuscripts should have margins on all sides of not less than 2cm.
*Paragraphs should be blocked (one line spacing between consecutive paragraphs) and not indented.
*If the manuscript is created using MS Word, please do not use the ‘footnote’ creation facility, as this is not compatible with the typesetting software and causes extra work.
If you have a potential contribution for submission and cannot submit it electronically, do not be put off but contact the Editor. There is no minimum or maximum number of words, the quality of the content is what matters.
Please forward with your article a short biographical note for our ‘Notes on Contributors’.
All surplus stocks of the Society Journal are held in house by the Society. Tormark no longer holds any copies of the Journal. Please address all enquiries for copies of the Journal, initially to Graham Thorne, Publications Secretary and Journal Editor, who will arrange for them to be sent to you.
We are able to supply copies of the great majority of editions. The following Issues are not currently available, Numbers 1, 6, 8, 9, 12, 14, 17, 21, 22, 23 & 24. The price for copies of the Journal, including postage is £7.00 for issues up to and including Number 33 (2006), and £12.00 for all subsequent issues. There will be a reduction for copies collected from Camborne.
For copies of the ‘missing’ years, it is well worth looking at websites such as www.abebooks.co.uk The Society is always interested in receiving Journals surplus to Members’ requirements. We can supply digital copies of individual articles from Journals Nos. 33 (2006) to 47 (2020).
An Index to the Journal, covering Numbers 1 (1973) to 49 (2022) is available in electronic form, with a printed version supplied on demand at a nominal cost. It is updated annually.