A very important element in any website’s appeal is maintaining new and interesting content. So, to sustain and develop continued international interest in Devon Dowsers activities, we need new papers, photos and audiovisual recordings on dowsing and dowsing-related topics.
One of the advantages of using a website for publicity, and for publications in general, is that we do not suffer the space restrictions imposed by the printed media. This means we can publish longer, more in-depth pieces of five hundred words or more which can include pictures in full colour. A second advantage of online publication over printed materials is that artificial deadlines become unnecessary. We can publish items of interest on a continuous basis. Suitable pieces can be published within days of receiving them and the only deadlines in operation will be those needed to make news items topical.
We are unable to offer any payment for articles, but authors will retain full copyright on their published work, and your permission will always be sought if the Devon Dowsers Webmaster / Chairman receives requests for your material to be reprinted in other journals or on other websites.
The editorial team – Maintaining standards and good practices
The editorial team consists of experienced writers and editors interested in dowsing. Their primary task is to ensure that Devon Dowsers’ publications are knowledgeable, interesting and legal, as well as grammatically correct and readable. To these ends, all scripts submitted for publication will be subject to some editing. Minor editorial changes will be made without prior discussion with authors, but normally editing is a two-way process between author and editor.
If you would like to contribute any writing, photos or audiovisual material to this website, please complete and submit the online form below.