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Guidelines for submissions


1. The Museum of the Essential and Beyond That accepts submissions free of charge. Its only responsibility is to have its staff read written submissions and check images, links or animations. It is under no obligation to publish unsolicited submissions.

2. Submissions must be sent in digital format via e-mail. Only submissions that comply with the following guidelines will be considered for publication by the Museum of the Essential and Beyond That.

For written submissions:

a) titles of books and periodicals must be underlined; chapter titles or sections of books must be placed within quotation marks;
b) all quotations must be italicized. When quotations are more than two lines long, they must be indented;
c) each quotation must be followed by its bibliographic reference in the following format: (AUTHOR'S SURNAME: date of publication, page numbers). For example (BORGES: 1954, 87, 88)
d) all highlights must be in bold face.
e) no footnotes are accepted. When necessary, please use endnotes.
f) Electronic files must be sent in the Rich Text format (RTF), which is available in all word processing software programs.
g) All written submissions must be a maximum of 6 pages long, in Arial font, with 1.5 line spacing.

For images or animations:
a) Images will be accepted in JPEG format in 100 dpi resolution. Maximum size: 480 x 640 pixels and up to 200 KB.
b) Animations must be in GIF or SWF format and up to 200 KB.

4. In regard to writings, each submission must be accompanied by an abstract in the original language.

5. A mini-resume of the author/creator is also required for all kinds of submissions (5 lines maximum). Whenever possible, please include the author/creator's email address so that readers can contact them.

6. Written submissions may have been published elsewhere.

7. It is understood that publication on the Internet is not included in any copyright rights the author/creator may have previously ceded to another publisher and/or publication under contract for conventional publication. However, the author/creator will be responsible for any legal disputes that may result from publication by the Museum of the Essential and Beyond That.

9. All correspondence should be sent to the following address: