In addition to the papers to be published in a Springer volume and e-proceedings, we are offering additional publication opportunities after the conference. A volume to be published by John Benjamins has already been agreed with the publisher. To this end, we shall launch an open call inviting submissions related to computational and corpus-based phraseology. Authors of accepted abstracts will be able to send full-length papers to be considered for this volume. Authors of EUROPHRAS 2019 regular, short or poster papers will also have the opportunity to write up and submit a paper to be considered for this volume as long as the new submissions describe continuation/more advanced stage /completion of their project. Their new submissions, if based on their conference work, will have to be substantially revised paper (identical or near-to-identical papers to those presented in Malaga will not be considered).
More post-conference publication opportunities include a volume in Spanish with the publisher Comares and a special issue on Multidisciplinary Analysis of Phraseological Variation in Translation and Interpreting in the journal MonTI (Spanish and English) for papers discussing this particular topic.
In all cases, the post-conference submissions will be peer-reviewed.