Bradleya is the BCSS contribution to the scientific world and is accepted as such because of its academic standards. It can only flourish with the support of BCSS members, many of whom subscribe to it each year. The aim is to include articles which our members will find interesting and educational, whilst retaining rigorous standards of publication. Scientifically important articles don't have to be dull to read. So, because Bradleya depends the subscriber, the editor endeavours to make its contents accessible, easily understood and enjoyable for all.
As explained by Gordon Rowley in Bradleya 1, the name of our publication was chosen as a dedication to Richard Bradley, the first person to write a book entirely devoted to succulents 'The History of Succulent Plants'. He was the first professor of Botany at Cambridge, where he died in 1732.
It is clear that authors of articles about succulents have a wide choice of specialist publications, as well as a multitude of botanical and other relevant titles, where they can submit their work. We hope potential authors choose Bradleya for their articles about cacti or other succulents. Subscription to Bradleya is optional for BCSS members but we hope you will support this valuable publication by subscribing. It can also be bought after publication and back numbers are available see link to Bradleya sales page.
Please note the British Cactus & Succulent Society has no connection with the "britishedu.org.uk" website nor does it charge for the publication of articles in any of its publications or publish articles on subjects outside its sphere of interest. If in any doubt please contact the relevant Editor via our contacts page.