First, if you want to submit a fanfiction or other form of text that isn't your own, should you just submit a link, or should you put a text sample? Or, if it's short, should you submit the whole text?
Also, I was wondering about different forms of Shakespeare stories. Due to my many interests, I've found a lot of fan creations based specifically on *adaptations* of Shakespeare plays. Would that be included within the range of "Shakespeare"?
(And last, I also wanted to say that I love this! Thank you for making this space.)
Okay, I'm done!
If you want to submit a fanfic, feel free to just drop a link into the submission box or the ask box! I’ve got an established format for posting fiction and I can set it up nicely behind the scenes with very little work on my part. Your name would of course be included as the submitter. If you wanted to post a link to an article or something, submit that as a link. Including an excerpt and/or a description with the link is recommended, because it lets people know what they’re clicking.
As for works based on specific adaptations, I’d say that’s certainly within what this blog aims to share. Feel free to submit anything you think applies—if I decide it’s too specific or too far removed from Shakespeare’s work, I will simply not post it! But, to be honest, we have so little content, overall, that I’d probably welcome just about anything.
Thank you very much and you are most welcome. <3