The index for all GI issues (on this wiki) with links:
This is a "how-to" guide to writing your own GI articles and making them a success:
This section will explain how the titles should be formatted and such:
The headline must be in "Heading 2" and bold.
The sub-heading must be "Normal", center justified and in bold.
[Insert Type of Headline]
All quotes must be written like this:
- "[Insert Quote]" [Name of Speaker]
However, if a quote is more than a line long, then it must be formatted like this:
- "[Insert Quote][Insert Ellipsis]" [Name of Speaker] [(limited quote)]
A very important part of what makes a tabloid tick is the material. At the GI, we try to come up with innovative and fresh ideas, with a little personal touch. In many GI articles, you will find we make many references to ourselves, usually involving a task in the article. This is mainly for humor.
It's also important to keep a little humor in the lines, we wouldn't want our issues as dry as Ed's scalp, would we?
Types of Headlines:
There are many different types of stories/genres that you can wish to choose from:
The major stuff that's really "in-your-face". Take a look at some previous "Edlines" in other GI issues.
Usually something that reveals new info on a specific topic, character, etc.
Our freelancer work.
A section where any official GI member may add their views on the GI, or anything else.
A section used like the ads section in newspapers.
Any user may contribute images for the GI to accompany their article: however, it must be in black and white. This is very simple to do on PowerPoint.
If you cannot do this, supply me with the image and I will be more than happy to do it for you.
At the end of any issue, this must be placed: it is a tribute to the original GI, and I wish to honor their memory.
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