Our Authorial Rights and Publication Policy
We practice the defense of creative works through adherence to Copyright Law as well as the Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works and uphold all moral, corollary, neighboring and related rights for each creative work and its author(s).
Our mission requires a considerable disruption of common artistic dissemination practices and, for this reason, we interrogate how creativity has been vetted and distributed, how and what works have been shared and why, and even the relationship between reader and writer. For these and other reasons, we seek to undermine today's cult of personality and, thus, we have a preference for publishing creative works by anonymous and pseudonymous creators, although authors may choose to be named. Any number of forms are accepted for consideration - symposium and psalms; parables and philippics; lyric essays, testaments, treatises and manifestos; lectures, sermons, short stories, playlets and novels; scientific-mathematical writings with some creative bent, photographs, and videography; and other digitally reproducible forms of applied art. All creative works must relate to at least one of our creative concerns.
Distribution digitally with on-demand print option available beginning 2020.