#MyFavoritePeerJPaper – Prize Draw!

We’re launching another 10th birthday celebration today! We want to hear about your favorite PeerJ article from the last decade. With over 14,000 articles to choose from we’re intrigued to know which are your favorites, and why.

To enter a prize draw to win one of five 100% APC waivers, all you have to do is Tweet about your favorite PeerJ paper. Using the hashtag #MyFavoritePeerJPaper, and including a link to the article, tell us why it’s your favorite paper that we’ve published. The only rules are that you have to tweet before August 15th, and you can’t pick your own article!

  1. Tweet a link to your favorite PeerJ article
  2. Use the hashtag #MyFavoritePeerJPaper
  3. Briefly tell us why it’s your favorite

Every Tweet will be entered into a Prize Draw, and we’ll pick five winners on August 15th, who will win an APC waiver for any PeerJ journal.

Click to generate an editable tweet with the hashtag!

PeerJ Turns 10!

In June, PeerJ officially turned 10! We’re celebrating with a series of giveaways, or birthday presents to our users. Our first giveaway, Free Conservation Biology, has now ended, but keep an eye on the blog and on our socials for more announcements coming soon. #MyFavoritePeerJPaper will run for until midnight PST on August 14th, and we’ll pick a winner the next day. You can also enter our expertRxiv prize draw just by posting a job, collaboration or task on expertRxiv. Find out more here.

APC waiver – Terms & Conditions

You must tweet a link to a PeerJ article and include the hashtag #MyFavoritePeerJPaper before midnight PST on the 14th August 2022. You cannot choose an article of which you are the author. The waiver is only for the APC; other charges may still apply (e.g. for articles longer than 40 typeset pages); author services (copy-editing, video and graphical abstracts) are not included. The waiver can be used for a submission to any PeerJ journal and is valid for 6 months. All submissions are subject to peer review. Waivers are linked to the winner’s email and cannot be transferred to another user without contacting PeerJ.

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