Frequently Asked Questions
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Naturally, this would be ideal for selling them at knap-ins, arts and craft shows, etc. that you attend. Additionally, we think that if you are in an issue, it just may help sell your product. For example, if a person was at a show and buying some of your knapped pieces, that person may also want to buy a softcover book with you in it so they can remember the name of the artist and have some more info about you (heck, you could even sign it for them). Basically, it would work this way. You send us an email indicating that you are willing to make a minimum purchase of at least 10 copies and we will send you back a code where you can purchase KQ from our e-store on Createspace at a discounted rate. The discount will be the same for everyone no matter how many you purchase. You buy “x” numbers of copies, pay the taxes and shipping charges, and then resell them for whatever purchase price you like. For more information about this, please contact us using the Contact form on this site or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The short answer is that it is a softcover book. Overall, we feel that Knapper’s Quarterly is more like a journal than a magazine. Generally speaking, journal publications are meant as something that you read and would want to keep in your library for future reference, while magazines are really meant to be quickly read and discarded (hopefully recycled). The printed and bound version of Knapper’s Quarterly is printed on-demand for us by Createspace, An Amazon Company. As such they have to be ordered and mailed out to you from our Createspace e-stores. At the moment, we are not offering direct sales of the publication.
If it has anything to do with knapping, we’re interested. Our publication has the following sections: (1) a cover story, (2) featured articles, (3) knapper profiles; and (4) knap-in reports. Naturally, the cover story and featured articles are the most freeform sections. Topics for these types of stories can include, but are not limited to, how-to, lithic materials and sources, methods of knapping, outside editorials and perspectives, things you do with your finished product (e.g., sell, donate, make jewelry, etc.), historical articles, etc. While we are happy to provide a link or reference to your commercial endeavors, articles cannot be purely intended as advertisements for your services or supplies (this is a benefit of your contribution to the publication).
Yes, we can. One of the simplest things we can do to start with is to send you a questionnaire to fill out. Depending upon the answers, we can help you further develop you information into an article or profile. Sometimes, all it takes is a little back and forth emailing or online chatting to work your ideas up into an article for the publication. Of course, we would like photos to go along with your article, which you may also want to think about. So if you have an idea, please go ahead and send us a message using our Contact page, and we’ll take it from there.
Articles and photos should be submitted by email to email@example.com. We can accept a wide range of text formats including .doc, .docx, .pages, .txt, etc. or even text sent to us as emailed messages. All photographs should be sent into us in the highest quality and size that your camera can take. Photographs can be sent as .jpg, .jpeg, .tif, RAW, .NEF, as well as in many other file types. In the unlikely event that we can not open your file, be it text or an image, we will get back to you as nearly all applications can save files in a variety formats.
Questions can be submitted on our Submit Your Question Here page by using the web-based form or, if you have attachments (such as photos) that go along with your question, they can be sent directly to firstname.lastname@example.org.
All you have to do is email the photos of your work to email@example.com. If you have a large number of photos, please feel free to send multiple messages. Another good way to do this is to provide a link if you store your photos in the cloud so we can download them. All photographs should be the best quality and largest size that your camera or smartphone can take. Once we receive your photos, we reprocess and color correct each one so they look there best so you can showoff your hard work.
Yes you can! We just added a new Calendar of Events page to our site. Below the calendar itself, there is a message form that you can use to send us some information about your event. If you have any attachments such as a flyer or photos that you would like to send us along with the event information, please send them via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Upon approval, we will add your event to our calendar and create a blog posting about it. One neat feature of our Calendar of Events is that if you click on an event listing, a window will pop open giving you more details about the event and will show any attachments, if available.
We are more than happy to exchange links with you! You can send your banner and linking information via email to email@example.com. Our banners can be found at the bottom of our Links page, if you need another size banner, just ask! Please note: we require a reciprocal link exchange to be listing on our Links page, if you cannot provide one, then your link can be added to our Marketplace section as a paid advertisement. Please see our Advertising page for more details or contact us directly using one of the methods listed on our Contact page.