Use of work policy and other random editorial policy stuff.

We’re new and we’re going to make mistakes and get it wrong from time to time and we apologise when we do.

Our intentions are good: our mission is to provide a platform for new and emerging talent and to introduce them to a broader audience. We also aim to introduce people to new things, new perspective, new ideas and new voices.

We try to support writers, bloggers, artist photographers and creators of original works. If we use or feature any persons work at the site we’ll always try to help build their profile by directing traffic to their work and through our social media channels.

We try to obtain permissions for all material we use. We try to credit all work correctly. If the work or the image is in the public domain we try to link back to the original and credit the author. Occasionally we may get it wrong. If we do, please let us know and we’ll remove the work or correct the credit.

If we use images and text from the public domain that offends the original author of the work, please let us know and we’ll remove the work immediately upon request.

If an image identifies a person and the person identified is not happy or offended, we’ll remove the work immediately upon request.

If the way we use an image, text, photograph or image changes unfavourably the original context of the work, please let us know and we’ll remove the work immediately upon request.

We try to fact check what we publish, if we ever get it wrong, please let us know and we’ll correct it or remove the work immediately upon request.

If an apology is requested and appropriate, one will be given.

We’re not going to be perfect; our team are on a learning curve, and part of this learning means that from time to time we’ll stuff up. If and when we do, we’ll do our best to make things right.

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Ok, that’s our policy; all of us here at The Dangerlands try to conduct ourselves with respect to it. If you think we can do it better or you’d like to give us feedback let us know.