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Writing Articles for the Library (Read Before Posting)

Tips: 0.00 INK Postby Ylanne on Tue Aug 30, 2011 11:45 pm

The RolePlayAcademy Library is home to a host of articles and guides written by you. They cover a wide range of topics from portraying specific types of characters to Mary Sues, from combat scenes to worldbuilding, from roleplay etiquette to plot development, and everything in between. Sometimes, however, you realize that there isn't an article about a particular topic, but you know enough to write one, and you have the urge to do just that. If that's so, then by all means, write your article or guide.

All articles to be posted to the Library here must go through the Library's Editor-in-Chief, Imehal, first for review. Each article submitted will be reviewed on two levels. First, we will ensure that the coding and formatting of the article is done correctly as well as proof the article for spelling, grammar and punctuation. Second, the content of the article will be reviewed for accuracy and worthiness.

To submit your article for consideration, send a PM to Imehal with either an encoded version of the article in the PM or attaching a Word document containing the Article. Turnaround time for editing and returning is about two weeks pending content worthiness. Once an article has been returned to you, you must make any corrections except for those clearly marked as "suggestions." Suggestions are optional and at your discretion. Once you have made the corrections and any suggestions that you like, you may post the article directly to the Library with its appropriate title.

Thank you for contributing to our knowledge base! If you have any questions, concerns, suggestions or simply wish to ask for more information, please contact a Scholar.
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