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writers

artists

musicians

photographers

painters

kittens

writers

artists

musicians

photographers

painters

kittens

writers

artists

musicians

photographers

painters

kittens

writers

artists

musicians

photographers

painters

kittens


We're looking to feature the Internet's creative community on our virtual gallery - 'the arts factory'

Read all the instructions below and email us at cybermad@execpc.com. Tell us a little about yourself and...

If you're a writer:

Email Submissions - Simple text documents (*.txt or *.doc), sent to us via email. Please do not submit any work exceeding 1,500 words.
HTML Submissions - HTML Web pages that writers have created and store on their own Web sites. Send us your URL.

If you're an artist or photographer:

Email Submissions - Enclose one image (*.jpg *.gif), sent to us via email. Do not submit images that exceed 1 mb. If the image is at your site, send us the URL.
HTML Submissions - HTML Web pages that artists have created and store on their own Web sites. Send us your URL.

If you're a musician or actor:

Email Submissions - Enclose a brief bio, picture, description of music and performance dates, sent to us via email. Also, if you have an album to promote, provide the address of how to obtain it.
HTML Submissions - HTML Web pages that musicians have created and store on their own Web sites. Send us your URL.


Make sure to enclose your name, email address and phone number on all material. If possible, also enclose a picture of yourself or send the URL to your home page.
Charges, Usage (and non-usage), Copyright
We do not charge writers, artists or musicians to be featured in the arts factory or to have a link to existing Web sites. In addition, your name and email address will be printed next to your material. You receive full credit for the published work along with a brief personal bio and mention of any other pertinent information.

Title to the copyright on any work appearing in the arts factory remain with the original author or artist. It is highly recommended that you place your own copyright notice at the end of your work, e.g. Copyright (C) John Smith 1995.

It is our right to not publish any individual or material for any reason. In addition, we have the right to edit any material due to length or errors. Sorry, due to time limitations, it is impossible to offer criticism or feedback. You will be notified via email only if we decide to publish your material. If you do not agree with these statements, do not submit any material.