Crier Submission Guidelines:
Step 1: All events must have an Event Information Form (EIF)
on file with the Kingdom
Calendar Deputy (email@example.com) before event copy can
be published in the
Crier. If you live in a principality, send your EIF (with
plenty of time for processing,
please!) to your Principality Calendar Deputy. The Kingdom
Calendar Deputy's deadline
remains the 15th of the month, 2 months before
Step 2: Send event copy to firstname.lastname@example.org. The Crier
deadline remains the
15th of the month, 2 months before your event takes place.
(May 15 is the deadline for
the July issue.) Please put the EVENT DATE & NAME in the
subject line. Use the body
of your e-mail, or attach a *.doc, *.docx, or *. txt file (no
zipped files or *.odt *.wpd or
*.wps files). Simple formatting please â€“ no
indents, borders, boxes, boldface, fancy
fonts, underlines, or tabs. Do NOT send multiple submissions.
To conduct official SCA
business at an event (presenting awards, Crown lists, etc.)
event copy with the
information requested below must appear in The Crier (Kingdom
Law Article V.5).
The following information is required for publication:
-- Official SCA event title (as it appears on the kingdom
-- Name of the sponsoring group.
-- Event dates (day, month, year).
-- Mundane location of sponsoring group.
-- Autocrat's name (society & modern), phone number and
-- If a fee is charged, the statement â€œMake
checks payable to (group name, SCA Inc.)â€
must be included; international groups, please use
â€œMake checks payable to (group
name).â€ If there's a fee, the $5 non-member
surcharge must be mentioned (see NMS
policy below â€“ the $5 NMS applies only to
adult non-members). IF THERE'S NO FEE
or required donation, please say so.
-- Site location (mundane name, street address, town, and
postal/zip code if available).
-- Hours: when the site opens & closes.
-- Explicit driving directions are strongly recommended (and
required for any site that
has no street address). Please drive and double-check your
Event copy is limited to 350 words.
Extraneous language is fun but may be pruned to create room if