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What is the Quaranzine?
The Huntington Beach Public Library is now accepting submissions to our Quaranzine!
What's the Quaranzine? It's an online collection of creative works by our community that document how we are all responding and adapting to this strange "new normal" we find ourselves in!
Who can submit? All ages are welcome and encouraged to submit their creative works. All submitted works must be appropriate for all ages!
Do I need to live in HB? Nope! You don't need to be a Huntington Beach resident to submit, just a resident of California.
What can I submit? Quaranzine submissions may include, but are not limited to:
• Artwork • Comics • Tutorials or DIYs • Original songs performed by you • Written work, 500 words or less (poetry, fiction, essays, top ten lists, review, etc.) • Videos • Recipes • Photography • Photo of something crafty you made at home
How to Submit Your Work
Rules and Submission Guidelines:
- Submitted entries must be suitable for all audiences
- Limit one submission per person per issue
- LEGO entries may be submitted online here: Quaranzine Submission - Special Lego Edition
- All other artworks must be submitted online here: HBPL Quaranzine Submission Form
- Please name your file Firstname_Lastname.format
- For written work, include your name on the document
- Accepted file types: JPG, JPEG, GIF, PNG, ICO, PDF, DOC
- Audio or video works must be submitted as a valid YouTube URL
- Submission does not guarantee publication. All entries must be reviewed by an HBPL staff committee prior to publication.
- All submissions must be your original, previously unpublished work
- All submissions to the Quaranzine are voluntary, with no compensation offered or implied.
- Submitting your work grants the Huntington Beach Public Library the right to publish your submission in our online Quaranzine; ownership rights of the work are retained by their creator.
- If your work is selected for the Quaranzine, you will be notified upon its publication
- We cannot provide feedback on submissions not accepted for publication
Huntington Beach Public Library
7111 Talbert Ave. Huntington Beach, CA 92648