TUGboat styles and information

The TUGboat macros are included in all major TeX distributions, so most likely you don't have to do anything to install them. If you need or want the latest, it's available on CTAN, see below.

Upcoming submission deadlines

Article template

This sample article template also includes a super-summary of some of the most commonly used features of the TUGboat style.

Quick tips for authors

General advice on content

Contact for submissions, questions, problems, bugs, …

Email TUGboat@tug.org.

When commenting on the proof of an article, please send email with the comments as regular text, rather than inserting annotations into the PDF, if at all viable. Thanks.

TUGboat macros on CTAN

Both the plain and LaTeX TUGboat macros are included in TeX Live and MiKTeX, among other distributions, so you almost certainly have them installed already if you have TeX at all. But in case you want to check the latest versions (updates have been minor, so usually any version will do), or just peruse …

On CTAN, plain TeX macros and user documentation are located in
/tex-archive/macros/plain/contrib: browse, zip.

LaTeX macros and user documentation are located in
/tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/tugboat: browse, zip.

You must process tugboat.ins with LaTeX. This will unpack the files ltugboat.cls and others for your use. Documentation is contained in the same directory as the macros, in the file ltubguid.ltx (and PDF).

A ConTeXt style for TUGboat is available on request.

Hyphenation exception list

TUGboat regularly publishes a hyphenation exception list for U.S. English. The full list is on CTAN in machine-readable form, along with accompanying information.

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