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StarkLight Press Public Events Charter

StarkLight Press Public Events Charter

Mission Statement

StarkLight Press dedicates its activities in public and private spheres to the creation and maintenance of a supportive atmosphere for creativity. We promote imaginative literacy in all its forms.

1. In our public events, StarkLight Press creates a positive and supportive gathering to foster creativity and free expression in all literary and artistic areas. Inclusivity of all members of our public groups and meetings, with a nurturing and supportive environment for all, is paramount.

2. We will provide also access to publication opportunities regardless of race, creed, gender identity, marital status, family status, nationality, orientation or mental or physical disability. This is accomplished through specific, open contests and calls for submission shared through our public groups.

3. We will provide access to StarkLight publications for public members, including limited at cost copies of works (up to 10) for members with economic difficulties.

4. We will provide access to resources for information regarding all aspects of publication, including cover art and layout, design, promotion, copy editing and proofing for our participants so that they can experience all areas of the world of publication and literacy.

Rules & Guidelines

1. Any discriminatory or derogatory behaviour, writing or speech, whether against a member of the group or posted publicly, is grounds for immediate dismissal from any public group, if the director’s recommendations are not heeded.

2. To further continued harmony of continued events, any member has access to the directors of StarkLight Press public groups for secure dialogues regarding complaints. The following flowchart of remedies is available to any individual who feels they have been discriminated against:






3. All Intellectual Property (includes physical products of that property and photos of that property) presented at public groups belong solely to the creators of said Property. StarkLight Press forbids any theft of ideas, images, phrases or other particulars of that Property outside the group and furthermore holds all members to respect those Intellectual Property rights.

Sharing of the particulars of others’ Intellectual Property outside the group without the creator’s express oral or written consent is forbidden. This includes images of said Property.

Any breach of these guidelines will be grounds for immediate dismissal from StarkLight Press public groups. Furthermore, any plagiarism or theft of Intellectual Property will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of Canadian and International Laws, including but not limited to those of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO). StarkLight Press and its public participants agree to assist fully in any way to expedite the upholding of these laws.

4. Any Intellectual property to be utilized in a publication by StarkLight Press will only be utilized if the creator has signed a StarkLight Press contract and has agreed to be held to its terms. Any work done with a creator or their piece under contract falls outside the scope of this public charter and is bound by the terms of said contract, which are governed by the laws of Canada and, where applicable, of British Columbia.

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