The Technicolor Adventures of Catalina Neon

By contributing to The Technicolor Adventures of Catalina Neon, you agree that

  • You are a librarian currently employed at a grade school (public or private)
  • Your contribution is an original work, which you have created with second or third grade students (and/or their teacher) in the school where you are currently employed
  • You will submit no more than one contribution per second/third grade class
  • The Poet Laureate will select one submission for each chapter of “The Technicolor Adventures of Catalina Neon.” Whether your contribution is included is entirely at the discretion and artistic judgment of the Poet Laureate and the Library of Congress
  • Your school’s contribution is dedicated to the public domain, which means the Poet Laureate, the Library of Congress, and anyone else may copy, modify, distribute, publicly perform and create derivative works of your submission, even for commercial purposes, without asking your permission or the permission of participating students or teachers
  • You give the Library of Congress and the Poet Laureate permission to use your name, the name of the teacher whose class worked with you to create your contribution, the name of your school, and the city/state of your school
  • If your school’s contribution is selected, you may not receive attribution
  • Your contribution conforms to all of the guidelines noted above.

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Note: Make sure your contribution matches this month's prompt: “What is the story behind the crashed UFO and the Galactic Poetry Cosmic Library? Give us specifics, and then take us to the top of the stairs!  |   Read the latest chapter  (Please respond by Thursday, December 15, 2016.)