Hello. Good Day All. I am writing this post and will post this message once a week. The company (James Creative Arts And Entertainment Company) is currently accepting submissions for a magazine. We are accepting submissions of art, drawings, comics, photography, and short stories (100 to 1000 words) and poetry. The current pay is $20.00 per accepted and published submission. The deadline for submissions is Dec 31, 2014. Please send submissions to thebookofcreativeideas at Yahoo dot com. Thank You. If that doesn’t work for you, you can mail the submissions to P.O. Box 6144, Moreno valley, Ca 92554. (PLEASE send copies of your work as they will not be returned) We are currently accepting non exclusive submissions. Depending on the volume it should take about a month to two months to learn of acceptance. Only accepted submissions will receive a response.
The categories are: Kids, Teens, and Adults. The genres are: Science fiction, Speculative Fiction, Justice, Horror, Mystery, Fantasy, Romance(Adult Category), and offbeat. Please tag the category and genre in the email subject line or at the top of the submission. Thanks again. We are also accepting new word games and games that involve critical thinking skills, thanks again.
This is a great article that I found online about Comedy writing. I always wondered how some of the actors were so funny. Then I realized that the writers have written a lot of the material that the actors and actresses deliver. So hence the new study of writing and learning how to make common things funny. Enjoy.
So sitting around figuring out how to make the small company that I started more productive and interactive. Then out of the blue an idea popped into my head that said, why not have creative workshops for kids and teens, and people that want to learn creative things but need a creative push. Hence, tadah, the creative workshop. So okay whats the next step. Well in order to have a creative workshop you need creative people that are skilled to help the unskilled and the semi skilled become skilled (By the way I still consider myself unskilled, but I’m getting better). So on my quest to find the skilled I reached out to the local staff in charge of creative arts in my area and was meant with a resounding No. Or why, why, why, what, who and how? Okay, I get it. How can you do a creative arts workshop and not be an expert. Because I can, and will. Other creative artists will help me. Hence the main goal is to get kids and teens being creative and thinking creatively. That’s not a very difficult feat. So let’s just see how things turn out. Even if only 1 kid shows up to the workshop, it was a success. Nothing great was built over night. It takes years and years, and more years. But this is our start. Winjoy.