October is Oxjam - all month volunteers across the UK will be organising gigs as part of a grass roots festival organised by Oxfam.
Q has signed-up to produce a free digital review of the gigs which will come out in early November but we need your.
We want your reviews and pictures from Oxjam events so we can cover all the hardwork done by the volunteer organisers and acts.
Getting involved is easy. Simply pick an Oxjam event to attend, you can find listings right here, Oxfam.org.uk/oxjam
then submit your review or pictures by emailing us at Oxjam@qthemusic.com.
You can send us reviews - anything from 100-1000 words would be great, though we may need to edit for space, etc - or your pictures directly at Oxjam@qthemusic.com. If you are sending pictures, please do try to pick out the best ones, our inbox isn't that big!
Alternatively if you are posting Oxjam reviews on your blog or website you can send us a link NB by sending us a link we're assume you will be happy for us to reproduce both articles and pictures relating to Oxjam, possibly in an edited form - if you are not please state what you are happy with us using.
The free digital magazine reviewing Oxjam 2012 will be out in early November.
10:43 AM | 01/10/2012
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