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DWP began when publisher and webmaster Ed Dukeshire saw so many talented and creative artists and writers unable to find work or keep positions and most of these creators did not possess the startup capital to self-publish. Ed’s solution was to band together the resources of these creators into an anthology, where each creative team contributed a portion of the costs benefiting all involved.
Ed Dukeshire’s professional website, www.digitalwebbing.com, receives thousands of unique hits a day, all of whom can be made aware of a prospective creator’s inclusion in an issue of DWP. Many creators have made use of publication in DWP just to copyright their work while others rely on the exposure received through Digital Webbing to interest prospective publishers.
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