Dear friends and colleagues,

We are very pleased to announce latest issue, and to inform you about the plans for the second decade of our Style International Scholarly Journal. Currently, we are working to upgrade Style into a Pan-Slavic magazine, which will represent to the world's scientific community, all that is happening primarily in language and literature of the Slavic countries. In terms of editorial policy, we are on the same positions we held when we established this journal: we remain open for cooperation with authors from all over the world.

In the meantime we have also started the Style Library, in which we have already published several books of interest. Some of them were published in cooperation with the Serbian Language Institute of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, and there are several books of Serbian poetry and fiction.

We would like to invite you to continue your cooperation with the “Style” Journal, and invite your colleagues and friends from the field of language and literature, and refer them to the address, from where they can download the Instructions to Authors in several languages, describing the way articles for Style should be prepared. This instruction is addressed to both current and new contributors.

We are convinced that while writing your new articles, you will quote articles published in Style and that you will keep us informed of that, so that the journal is granted the place it already deserves.

Finally, we would like to inform you that within our journal, which has already found its place in the world’s 50 largest libraries, there is free space for advertising related scholarly journals of the same rank, as well as companies, products, and services.

We expect your contributions, suggestions, and letters on the editor-in-chief’s new e-mail:

Editor-in-Chief of the Style journal

Prof. Milosav Ž. Čarkić, Ph.D.

Milosav Ž. Čarkić, Ph.D.

Prof. Milosav Ž. Čarkić, Ph.D, Editor-in-Chief and founder of the Style journal, is a scientific adviser of the Serbian Language Institute of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts of Belgrade. He worked as a visiting professor at the Faculty of Philosophy in Niš (Serbia), the Faculty of Philosophy in Banjaluka (Republic of Srpska), and at the Faculty of Philosophy and Special Education in Tuzla (Bosnia Herzegovina). He has published over 100 technical and scholarly works. Almost a half of the published works have been published in foreign journals and collections in Serbian, Russian, Ukrainian, Polish and English. He has published five studies: Fonika stiha (Belgrade, 1992); Fonostilistika stiha (Belgrade, 1995); Pojmovnik rime – sa primerima iz srpske poezije (Belgrade, 2001); Uvod u stilistiku (Belgrade, 2002); Stilistika stiha (Belgrade, 2006). He is a member of the editorial boards of two international scholarly journals: Stylistyka, which is published in Poland, and Studia methodologica in the Ukraine. He has given many lectures on call at different universities in Slavic and West European countries. He is a member of the World Organization of Dialectologists and Geo-Linguists with its seat in FR Germany, and of the International Committee of Slavists in the Czech Republic. For the achieved results in scholarship and the development of stylistics within Slavic studies, he acquired an honorary Russian doctorate in 2005. In 2006 he was appointed lecturer at the University of Opole (Poland).

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