STORY AUTHORS' NAMES SURROUND EACH VOLUME OF 2019 ANTHOLOGIES ABOVE
Submissions for 2020 TRAVEL/ VACATION-themed anthology is now open to NCPA members.
If you aren't a member and would like to submit to one, or both of the two volumes of 2020 anthologies, you're welcome to join NCPA.
Membership is $40/year. No other charge to enter a story. If your story is included, you receive one free book plus option
to purchase more at cost, then sell at a profit.
YES, even if you have a story in Birds of a Feather and/or More Birds of a Feather anthology, you are welcome to submit.
Word count :
Launch date projected for 6 December 2020, joining NCPA's 4th Holiday Luncheon at Black Angus on Greenback @ Sunrise Blvd ~ No purchase necessary OR you may order whatever you want off the menu and pay then. We need an RSVP only so the restaurant will have ample space for us. OK to BRING FRIENDS AND FAMILY.
RSVP to NCPAAnthology2019@gmail.com
If you have a story, questions, comments, suggestions, complaints, or anything else, please send to Norma Thornton at:
~ DOCUMENTS BELOW now UPDATED for 2020 Vacation/ Travel-themed Anthology ~
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Application * Guidelines * Agreement* Below:
APPLICATION FOR VACATION/ TRAVEL ANTHOLOGY 2020
MANDATORY Information to process your application:
Pen Name (if any): _______________________________________
Email Address: __________________________________________
Phone Number: __________________________________________
Story Title: _____________________________________________
Attach the following
2. Signed Anthology Publication Agreement.
3. Travel story (500 to 3000 words)
(if anything requested is missing, we will be unable to evaluate your application):
Soft Deadline: June 30, 2020
Submit to: NCPAAnthology2019@gmail.com
GUIDELINES FOR THE VACATION/ TRAVEL ANTHOLOGY 2020
NCPA is currently accepting submissions for their first Travel Anthology. If you are interested in submitting an original story for publication with other NCPA authors, read the guidelines below. SUBMISSION DEADLINE ___________ for publication launch 6 DECEMBER 2020.
•All entries must be author's own original work.
• If story is printed elsewhere, Author must have all copyrights. To be entered in this Anthology, please submit a signed waiver to that effect.
• Submissions must be written in English, submitted by Word Doc attachments, not pdf.
• Theme of this publication is VACATION/ TRAVEL. Any genre, any type, anywhere, any planet, on land, on the sea, in the air, and everywhere!
• Multiple submissions are not permitted. If you received a rejection before the deadline, you may submit a new work
• Must be an NCPA member in good standing. To join, please sign up at norcalpa.org ($40)
· Word length: 500 to 3000 words, in Word Doc only, NOT PDF
· Complete application and include with your submission.
· Read and sign contract for publication.
· Include signed contract with your submission.
· 150 word maximum, biography of yourself (BOOK TITLES are included in those 150 words. Please type all titles in italics)
· JPG/JPEG author photograph, sent separately, with no text ~ ONLY JPG/JPEG pictures accepted. If you don't know how to do a JPG/JPEG,
contact Norma NCPAAnthology2019@gmail.com
· Manuscript format:
o Garamond font o 12pt. o Single spaced.
o Submit by Word Doc attachment ~ NO PDF
Submit the following required documents as attachments with your story to NCPAAnthology2019@gmail.com
Signed Anthology Publication Agreement.
Signed waiver of copyrights, if applicable. (If story is printed elsewhere. See above.)
Travel Story (500 – 3000 words)
150-word max Author Biography (includes Book Titles. All titles in italics)
Author Photo, JPG/JPEG ONLY, by separate attachment … no text, please
Submission Open NOW Effective Immediately
Soft Deadline for submissions: June 30, 2020
AGREEMENT FOR THE VACATION/ TRAVEL ANTHOLOGY 2020
Author acknowledges the following:
§ Author represents that the Work is a product of his or her own hand and owns all rights to the Work submitted.
§ For Works submitted to the anthology project, Author grants a license to Publisher to publish, print, sell, distribute, publicize, and market his or her Work, alongside other author’s writings in the Book.
§ The author will not receive any financial compensation for his/her submission, regardless of book sales by NCPA.
§ If author’s submission is published in the anthology, he/she will receive one free paperback copy of the final book.
§ Author is entitled to purchase additional paperback copies at cost (price as determined by NCPA) for resale or his/her own use.
§ Submission of a story does not guarantee acceptance and/or publication by NCPA.
§ If Author’s story is accepted for publication, Author grants to NCPA one-time publication rights in English in both print and digital formats. All other rights, including re-publication, are retained by author.
§ Author is entitled to a final review of his/her edited story with authority to either allow publication or remove it from the anthology.
§ NCPA does not have licenses or business standing to publish or sell books. It has authorized Samati Press to use the NCPA name and logo in association with an independently published anthology of NCPA member’s work in book form.
§ Samati Press is an independent publisher with an address of P.O. Box 214673 Sacramento, CA 95821, referred to as “Publisher” in this Agreement
§ This license shall include publishing rights worldwide in printed or electronic form, including eBooks, for a period of ten years to June 1, 2029.
§ Good Faith Negotiation:The parties shall attempt in good faith to resolve any dispute arising out of or relating to this Agreement by negotiation.
§ Mediation: If private negotiation fails, the parties agree that any and all disputes, claims or controversies arising out of or relating to this Agreement shall be submitted first to a mediator to be agreed on by both parties. If the parties cannot agree on a mediator, each party shall select one name from a list of mediators maintained by any bona fide dispute resolution provider; the two selected shall then choose a third person who will serve as mediator. The parties agree that any mediated settlement may be converted into an arbitration award or judgment (or both) and enforced according to the governing rules of civil procedure.
§ Arbitration: If the matter is not resolved through mediation, then it shall be submitted to an arbitrator agreed upon by both parties for final and binding arbitration. If the parties cannot agree on an arbitrator, the person who served as the mediator shall select the arbitrator from a list maintained by any bona fide dispute resolution provider. The arbitrator’s award shall be final, binding, and may be converted to a judgment by a court of competent jurisdiction upon application by either party.
§ Costs: The parties agree to share any mediator and arbitrator’s fees equally.
Author Legal Name: _______________________________
Author Pen Name (if different): _______________________________