for the WWWoodc@rver E-zine
In order to make it easier for authors to understand the process of submitting articles for publication in the WWWoodc@rever E-zine, I have prepared the following guidelines:
Who can submit articles to WWWoodc@rver E-zine?
Woodcarvers who are NOT online will generally not be permitted to contribute to this E-zine.
How will authors/contributors benefit?
Authors who contribute to this E-zine will receive no remuneration for their articles/submissions. Nevertheless, it will be well worth their while to make the effort to contibute well crafted and timely articles for the benefit of other online carvers.
By contributing high quality articles, authors can establish a reputation for themselves in their particular field of woodcarving expertise. They can quickly become recognized by a grateful readership for the quality of their writing/contributions.
As they become known as authors, and credited with a level of expertise, they will undoubtably fall upon opportunities not available to those who are too shy to contribute. Authors will find that their articles will allow them to meet other carvers personally, and develop relationship and contacts that will serve them well.
This E-zine provides carvers of all stripes the opportunity to contribute to the promotion and advancement of woodcarving both online and offline. Those who serve the carving community by freely offering their knowledge and expertise will reap benefits many times the effort they expended. The carving community rewards it own.
What articles are eligible for publication?
Send the E-zine your articles about:
Also send the E-zine articles about:
Articles will run for 60 days, which is the length of time each issue will be current on the WWWoodc@rver website. The WWWoodc@rver E-zine is a bi-monthly publication, appearing on the first of each month during January, March, May, July, September and November. Articles will be archived for easy reference at a later date. This means that your article can be accessed easily long after it ceases to be part of the current issue.
Will other submissions will be accepted?
You can contribute to any of the following:
How will my article be identified?
All articles will contain as many of the following as possible:
What are the deadlines for submission?
How do I contribute my article/submission?
Who do I contact about submitting articles/information?
Contact W.F. (Bill Judt), the editor/publisher of this E-zine.
Check out the WWWoodc@rver main page
This is the main page for the E-zine, where readers will find links, among other things, to the Current Issue.