I'm conscious that I haven't got back to MargaretJ, Gwyn and Scardycat to follow up on the ideas and questions we all raised with regard to producing an anthology of writings.
It's great that M and G are doing some cutting and pasting in the meantime and that work can be brought together. But I'm still not sure about the best way to "get it out there". A blog is a possibility but, as you can see with all the comments on this subject on different blog posts on this site, great as it is, it can get a bit messy and unmanageable.
I wonder if we should agree a cut off date for contributions and then everything that has been submitted could be collated, edited (for typos etc) and converted into a PDF document. I could do that if somebody else volunteered to work on it with me.
We then need a means of distribution. Could the PDF be hosted on the Ovacome website? Rather than selling it could people downloading it be asked to give a voluntary donation to Ovacome?
If we did want to sell it one way would be through Amazon for the Kindle but I'm not sure about the mechanics or costs involved. There are other methods too but I don't know enough about them. I guess I could do a little research but not for a while because of other stuff I've got on over the next several weeks.
Re copyright, I think all contributors should keep their own but I don't know if that means that we need authors' full names or can use our online names. I suspect the latter would work ok if we publish via Ovacome.
This is a bit of a ramble. Never thought I'd say this again but "maybe we need a committee!"