Thursday, October 02, 2008


Deadline: Ongoing


Crazy Quilting

CQMagOnline, formerly known as CQMag, is a quarterly publication with new issues in late January, April, July and October.

To Submit Photos to the Readers' Showcase
Photos for the Readers' Showcase will be accepted on the basis of space considerations for each new issue. Photos may be forwarded via email in a jpg, gif, or bmp format. Please include your name and a brief statement regarding the project. You may submit up to 10 photos per issue, but additional photos will not increase your chances of winning a prize. Send to Submission Reader's Showcase with "CQMagOnline Readers' Showcase" in the Subject line.

If you need more than a few sentences to describe your photo, please consider writing an article about your project and submitting it that way instead. We are always looking for articles about CQ projects.

To Submit an Article for Publication
To be considered for publication in this magazine, articles must be related to the subject of Crazy Quilting.

If you are interested in writing an article, forward a brief synopsis of your idea for consideration. Send to subject=CQMagOnline Article Submission, with "CQMagOnline Article" in the Subject line.

Once you have agreed to write an article, there are a few things to consider. Please include a resource list for materials used in the article, including a web site, phone number or other contact information for the techniques demonstrated and/or materials used. You are encouraged to join the CQMagOnline Yahoo Group to participate in focused discussions about the magazine. You are also encouraged to provide a little biographical information and a small thumbnail photo with your article. This will appear at the bottom of your article, unless you become a regular staff member.

Format for Submitting for Your Article
As this is a web based magazine, articles will be converted to either html or shtml format. An HTML template can be provided for you. However, if you are unable or uncomfortable with this format, you may submit your article in email or as a text file. Since the staff will need to make formatting and editorial changes, you want to keep it in simple HTML or plain text. If you have any questions, please contact the Assistant Editor.

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