Deadlines for Advertising and Magazine Contributionsfor 2015 are;

December 2015 (Summer) No. 119

Articles Deadline 30 October
Advert booking deadline 3 November
Advert artwork deadline 9 November
Creative Wood Distribution 1 December

Deadlines for Advertising and Magazine Contributionsfor 2016 are;

March 2016 (Autumn) No. 120

Articles Deadline 29 January
Advert booking deadline 4 February
Advert artwork deadline 10 February
Creative Wood Distribution 1 March

June 2016 (Winter) No. 121

Articles Deadline 2 May
Advert booking deadline 3 May
Advert artwork deadline 9 May
Creative Wood Distribution 1 June

September 2016 (Spring) No. 122

Articles Deadline 1 August
Advert booking deadline 2 August
Advert artwork deadline 8 August
Creative Wood Distribution 1 September

December 2016 (Summer) No. 123

Articles Deadline 31 October
Advert booking deadline 1 November
Advert artwork deadline 7 November
Creative Wood Distribution 1 December

For Advertising and Magazine Contributions Contact: Pam Chin

Tasman Image/Adprint Limited
60 Cambridge Terrace
Te Aro
Wellington 6011
Phone: (04) 384 2844
Fax: (04) 384 3265
Email: pam@adprint.co.nz

Guidelines for articles submitted for magazine publication

GENERAL ARTICLES - GUIDELINES

Practicalities

  • Generally, please follow these guidelines:
    • General articles: Usually no more than 2-3 A4 pages.
    • Forthcoming NAW activities: Generally restricted to two A4 pages, plus a listing in the "What's On" page.
    • Forthcoming Club/Guild events: Other than regional events, generally only listed in the "What's On" page.
    • Reporting on past events: The emphasis should be on useful information conveyed, and the length of reports (including photos) for NAW and other major events should generally be restricted in length to one A4 page and for Club/Guild events to half an A4 page.
  • The following is a guide to word counts:
    • Full page: 1,200 words no photos, or 600 words + photos and diagrams,
    • Half page: 600 words no photos, or 300 words + photos and diagrams,
    • Quarter page: 300 words no photos, or 100 words + photos and diagrams.
    • If possible, include photos and diagrams (visual images are better than words - "a picture is worth 1,000 words").
  • Articles should be sent to Pam Chin of AdPrint (Tasman Image), with material, if possible, submitted by email, with attached electronic Word documents and any graphic material supplied at full resolution as eps, pdf, or tif files attached to an email or couriered on CD disk. All computer programs able to generate these file formats are acceptable for use. Colour files should be saved according to the CMYK model, not RGB. Grayscale and colour images should be saved at 300dpi, and line art and graphics saved at 600dpi. Note: Photographs taken with mobile phones are not of adequate quality and resolution for publication. Articles that do not meet these guidelines may be returned to the author for re-writing.
  • Submitted material may be subject to editorial revision or may not be published at all (in particular, if similar material is submitted by another author). Copyright in material published remains with the author, but the author authorises the NAW to publish that material in Creative Wood and to allow it to be reproduced (particularly on the NAW website).
  • While no payment is made to contributors, NAW members who have the equivalent of four pages (see the above guide to word counts) published in a financial year will receive complimentary NAW membership for the next year.

Creative Wood is the most regular member benefit every NAW member receives. The magazine should therefore be value for money, attractively presented, of interest to a range of woodworkers (while recognising that most NAW members are woodturners), and contain a mix of articles (including informative shared experiences and ideas, articles on forthcoming and past events around the country and overseas, project ideas and instructions, tool and machinery reviews and hints, book reviews, historical information, other inspirational items, as well as NAW member notices).

HOW TO ARTICLES - GUIDELINES

Purpose

The regular "how to" articles ("Woody's Hints") are primarily aimed at the inexperienced woodworker, but also to be of value to the more experienced who may learn about different or safer techniques.

Practicalities

  • Restricted to no more than one A4 page, including photos and diagrams (visual images are better than words - "a picture is worth 1,000 words"). The following is a guide to word counts:
    • Full page: 1,200 words no photos, or 600 words + photos and diagrams,
    • Half page: 600 words no photos, or 300 words + photos and diagrams,
    • Quarter page: 300 words no photos, or 100 words + photos and diagrams.
  • Woody's Hints articles should be sent to Pam Chin of AdPrint (Tasman Image), with material, if possible, submitted by email, with attached electronic Word documents and any graphic material supplied at full resolution as eps, pdf, or tif files attached to an email or couriered on CD disk. All computer programs able to generate these file formats are acceptable for use. Colour files should be saved according to the CMYK model, not RGB. Grayscale and colour images should be saved at 300dpi, and line art and graphics saved at 600dpi. Note: Photographs taken with mobile phones are not of adequate quality and resolution for publication. Articles that do not meet these guidelines may be returned to the author for re-writing.
  • Submitted material may be subject to editorial revision or may not be published at all (in particular, if similar material is submitted by another author). Copyright in material published remains with the author, but the author authorises the NAW to publish that material in Creative Wood and to allow it to be reproduced (particularly on the NAW website).
  • While no payment is made to contributors, NAW members who have the equivalent of four pages (see the above guide to word counts) published in a financial year will receive complimentary NAW membership for the next year.

Creative Wood is the most regular member benefit every NAW member receives. The magazine should therefore be value for money, attractively presented, of interest to a range of woodworkers (while recognising that most NAW members are woodturners), and contain a mix of articles (including informative shared experiences and ideas, articles on forthcoming and past events around the country and overseas, project ideas and instructions, tool and machinery reviews and hints, book reviews, historical information, other inspirational items, as well as NAW member notices).

National Association of Woodworkers NZ Inc.