Create for Odd Order

Interested in creating new art or writing for Odd Order? Now you can!

I am announcing an open and rolling call for you to pitch ideas for submissions to the Rigaroga’s Odd Order blog.

Rigaroga Pitch your new ideas

I recently created an online form which you can use to pitch your idea for a submission. Once you’ve got an idea that you feel is right for Odd Order’s audience, you’re ready to start. You should pitch your idea for a submission!

What happens next, you ask? What’s the process of moving from making a pitch, developing a submission, compensating you, and, finally, publishing your work for the public audience of the library to read? Well, I’m so excited you asked! Let me tell you!

The Pitch

When a pitch comes in, what I plan on doing is posting it to a private forum for my Patrons. I’ll do that to give them a chance to let me know what they think, and if they’re interested in the proposed submission. I’ll take their feedback into consideration on whether to accept or reject the pitch, and move forward with the idea as a submission.

If the pitch idea is not accepted, I’ll suggest whether or not to revise the pitch for another try.

If the pitch is accepted, then I’ll ask the author to submit their new work, whether that is an article, review, story, or artwork for further consideration.

The Submission

When a submission comes in, what I plan on doing is posting it to a private forum for my Patrons. I’ll do that to give them a chance to let me know what they think about the various merits of the submission. I’ll take their feedback into consideration on whether to accept or reject that submission, move forward with compensation for the creator, and then post the submission to Rigaroga’s Odd Order blog.

If the submission is not accepted, I’ll suggest whether or not to revise the submission for another try.

If the submission is accepted, I’ll move forward with paying the creator. Once I’ve successfully compensated the creator for their work, I will then post the new on the blog.

Compensation

For submissions that are accepted, I happily offer thanks. I’m also delighted to send a gratis download code for any one of the released anthology albums.

For new work accepted to the blog, I currently offer an honorarium of $20. For established reviewers, I am happy to see about getting a reviewer’s copy sent to you in advance as your compensation instead.

Finally, if there’s something else you’ve got in mind, or an idea I’ve not mentioned, let me know!

 

If you have any comments, questions, or concerns, do get in touch. Also, if the process seems daunting or there’s some aspect of it that creates difficulty for you in some way, let me know so we can find a way forward that works better for you. Finally, if you’re thinking of something that doesn’t seem to fit what I’ve described here, get in touch and let me know what you’re thinking so we can figure out whether and how we can consider your cool out-of-the-box idea. Go ahead and use the form and fill out as much as you can and I’ll get back to you.

I look forward to hearing from you, so pitch your ideas today! (Besides, you read this far, right? You might as well follow through with a pitch too!)