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     Monday, May 07 2007 @ 01:31 PM EDT
    Myth Makers is now accepting submissions of original fiction and
    artwork for its upcoming edition. The deadline is May 31, 2007 for
    story proposals.

    For over a decade, Myth Makers has been dedicated to bringing quality
    fiction to fans of Doctor Who via the printed page. If you're a
    writer, who wants an opportunity to develop a story youíve got
    rattling around in your head, or perhaps youíve got an idea thatís a
    bit more experimental for other venues then you may be interested in
    contributing to Myth Makers.


    What sort of stories are we looking for? Doctor Who fans are diverse
    and they like their fan fiction that way too. Stories that elicit
    nostalgia for the TV series. Echoes from the Virgin New Adventures,
    BBC books or tie-ins to the audio productions. Feel free to explore
    the boundaries of the genre. We want a good mixture of traditional
    and non-traditional stories.


    We want stories people will talk about, that break the mould, that
    say something new and interesting, that are any combination of funny,
    moving, daring, challenging, outrageous, different and adventurous.


    Some ground rules


    * There is no minimum word count, but in general stories should
    not exceed 5000 words;
    * No crossovers please, unless they're extremely subtle;
    * Stories with adult themes are acceptable as long as the
    content is not gratuitous or unnecessary.
    * All work should be original. Please don't submit anything that
    has been printed elsewhere, has been on your website or, worse still,
    wasn't written by you. In addition, if your work is accepted we ask
    that you do not allow it to appear anywhere else (including online)
    for at least a year after the release of the issue.


    Got an idea? Up for the challenge? Send us an outline in Word or RT
    format, as text in an e-mail, or even printed on reliable old paper.
    Outlines should be no more than 500 words in length (if you plan to
    write a story less than 500 words, you can dispense with a proposal
    and send the complete story). You should include a plot synopsis, but
    you needn't be limited to that. You may want to ask yourself the
    following questions when putting together your proposal:


    What is my story about? Who are the characters? What's different
    about my story? By the end of my story, what has changed?


    We are also looking for original artwork. If you'd like to contribute
    artwork, send us some samples of your work and tell us your strengths
    and what you enjoy drawing.


    Please keep in mind that we approach the editing of Myth Makers as a
    professional undertaking even though we are not able to pay our
    contributors, so please be prepared for your work to be
    constructively criticised and possibly rejected.


    If you're up for the challenge, please send your proposal(s) to the
    editors of Myth Makers, Scott Clarke and John Anderson at
    mythmakers@hotmail.com or alternatively to the following address:


    [URL="http://www.dwin.org"]Doctor Who Information Network[/URL]
    P.O.Box 912, Station F
    Toronto, Ontario
    CANADA M4Y 2N9


    Thank you and we look forward to hearing from you!

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