If you have witnessed a child under the age of four interacting with an etherial entity, and you would like to submit your
account for inclusion to the anthology, please fill out the form, below.
The story will be sent to my personal
email account for review.
Please include your email address so that I may contact you if I need to clarify anything.
Every submission is sent to my email account, and I review,
and evaluate each one for it's relevance to the subject matter. In the event that I need to clarify portions of your account
before it can be completed for publication, I will want to contact you by email. I will never knowingly disclose your email
address to anyone. Ever.
So, please, remember to include your return email address.
to indicate if you do not want me to consider your submission for publication.
I reserve the right to decline
any submission to the publication, for any reason. Sorry, but in order to preserve the credibility of these accounts, I can't
promise payment for any submission. If you are seeking compensation, please do not submit your story for publication in this
All accounts included in the anthology will be edited for spelling, grammar, and
structure, but content (facts) will not be altered. Accounts that can be verified by an additional witness, have a little
more merit, but it isn't a necessity. Please indicate if you prefer to use assumed names to protect your identity in your
published account. I will never disclose any information unless you have given me your express permission to do so.
Other Details, Hints, and Reminders:
Include as many details as you like. Length of submissions
is not an issue. Informative details such as the location, date, time of day, relevant description of your surroundings, child's
exact words or actions, and your reactions to the event are extremely useful when I edit your account. Try to collect your
thoughts, and explain your perceptions, thoughts, feelings, intuitions, sensations, and emotions.
These are the details
that pique the readers interest and bring your experiences to life on the page.
Before composing your
message, you may want to get an idea of the format such a story might take. You may read some excelent examples by clicking
on: "Alexander's Experience,"
"Joshuah's Experience," or "Katharine's Experience."