Contact Information

 

Welcome to the obligatory page where I'm supposed to tell you how to reach me so that you can send me messages telling me what a heartless asshole I am and/or complain that I don't update the site as often as you'd like. Because, honestly, I think we both know that's the only reason you'd ever bother to send me an e-mail.

 


Questions & Comments

 

Got a question about the site? Got a comment about the site? Got an online pharmaceutical distributor paying you to randomly send messages informing me that women are unsatisfied with the current size of my manhood? If so, then you'll probably want to be sendin' me an e-mail. While I always appreciate getting mail from my readers, keep in mind I'm a big fan of literacy, and as such I'll enjoy whatever it is you want to tell me a whole lot more if you make sure that your message is at least halfway legible. And if you've got a question regarding Project AFTER, please do me a favor and take a quick look through the FAQ page just to make sure that your question hasn't already been answered somewhere in there. If it hasn't, then feel free to ask me anything. Go on, don't be shy now!


Send Me an E-Mail!

 

Note: I read every single e-mail I get from my readers, and unless it's completely idiotic nonsense, I almost always send back a reply. That's how desperate I am for attention. Keep in mind, though, that sometimes I get kind of busy and I might not reply to your message for a few days. That doesn't mean I don't love you, it just means that I'm busy with important business matters. Just be patient with me. Now, if a week passes and you still haven't heard back from me, then your e-mail might have gotten blocked by the spam filter, in which case you can go ahead and re-send it.

 


Submission Info

 

Interested in having your name appear on the web's #1 fanfiction mockery site? If so, then there are two types of content you can submit to become a part of the Project AFTER Experience:


Guest Editorials:


If you've got something to say about fanfiction, the anime community, the career of popular reggae artist Lucky Dube, or anything else that might interest readers of this site, then you may want to express your thoughts in an editorial. The actual content of the article can be just about anything (within reason), so long as the quality of the writing meets my personal standards. Spelling and grammatical errors aren't a huge deal since they can be easily fixed; I'm more concerned with how skillfully you're able to put your thoughts into writing and convey a statement, or back up your arguments if you present any. Having a sense of humor is a major plus, but it isn't a prerequisite.

Once your editorial is completed, send it to me at the above e-mail address as a .txt, .doc, .wps, or .html file. Just make sure you don't copy the text into the body of the e-mail itself; it makes things much easier for me if you send your work as an attachment.


Guest Specials:


If you want to send in your own fanfiction review, then all you need to do is e-mail it to me (again, as a separate attachment to your e-mail) along with some basic information about the fic, such as the name of the author, what source material it's based on, and anything else you think I should be aware of if I decide to add your contribution to the site. A link to the original, unaltered fanfic is always appreciated, but not absolutely necessary.

If that whole e-mail thing is a fad you'd rather not get sucked into, an alternate way of submitting your fanfiction review is to post it on the Project AFTER Forums in the Fanfiction Mockeries section. Just contact me with a note that you want to submit your review for inclusion on the website itself, and I'll consider it the same as if you had sent the review to me directly.

 

Pro Tip: Posting fanfiction reviews on the forums first is a great way to get some feedback on your writing skills and possibly some advice on what you could change or improve upon before your work gets put up on the site, ensuring that your efforts to destroy someone's ego are as hilariously cruel as they can be.

Regardless of how you plan on submitting the finished product, be sure to keep the following conditions in mind when selecting a fanfiction to review:
 

bullet The source material that the fanfic is based on can be any form of fiction (stories based solely on the lives of real people are out), including movies, TV shows, books, video games, etc. However, because of the theme of this site, fanfics based on an anime or manga series are greatly preferred.
 
bullet Stick to reviewing fanfics based on a single source; no crossovers. Fics that involve multiple sources complicate things when it comes to categorizing the source material, plus they really piss me off.
 
bullet The fanfic you review must be finished and complete. In other words, it can't be a work in progress or an excerpt from a larger fic. Furthermore, if the story spans multiple chapters, then you have to review the entire work from start to finish.
 
bullet The total length of the fanfic should be at least three or four pages long (say a minimum of 1,500 words), and not too much longer than about twenty pages (approximately 10,000 words, give or take). Ideally, the fic should be between 4,000 and 7,000 words (depending on how it's formatted), before you write in any comments or opening/closing statements.


Good luck, folks! May all your dreams of crushing others' dreams come true.