Electric Review

Culture & Criticism From the Far Distant Realms

Notice To Publishers, Record Labels & Writers

The Electric Review makes every effort to offer a balanced and fair representation of books and music available to the public. Our goal is to offer a broad sampling of material from myriad sources in an attempt to broaden the scope of the reader’s interest. However, due to the sheer number of queries the magazine receives, we are not able to feature every single title that is submitted for review consideration, nor will we ever promise or guarantee coverage for an author or performer or publishing house.

Our policy is to review material based on the Editor’s discretion, without consideration of the size of the publisher or the purported scope of an author’s influence. Instead, our reviews are written based on merit as we seek to bring notice of the best books being published to our readers. The same system is in place for our coverage of music-related products.

Publishers submit materials of their own volition and understand that the submission of material for consideration by the Editor is not to be construed as to be in ‘exchange’ for a review. The Electric Review does not serve  as a ‘for-hire’ advertising vehicle and the submission of material for review creates no agreement – either express or implicit – requiring us to provide comment on a book, record, film, product or event.

Instead, The Electric Review exists as a literary advocate following a path forged in part by Edgar Allan Poe, T.S. Eliot, Arthur Rimbaud, William Everson and Allen Ginsberg (striving to enlighten, writing for the sacred sake of it).  Accordingly, commentary is published as a free public service with reviews based solely on merit and the lasting classroom or cultural value of a given work – this compendium of essays meant to serve as an electronic ‘library’ and on-going teaching resource surveying the 21st-century landscape.

Finally, all readers will note that in many instances we have linked to Amazon as a means to direct readers who want to order an item or who desire to learn further information about a book. Even though we have linked to Amazon for these specific purposes, it should be expressly understood that The Electric Review is not affiliated to Amazon in any way, nor do we derive commissions from this or any other such link exchange.

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In accordance with FTC Guidelines on blogging and product reviews, The Electric Review discloses that the books, records, DVDS and other products reviewed are submitted to us by publishers, record labels, publicity firms, artists, manufacturers and creators free of charge. The Electric Review further states that these entities and individuals submit materials to us of their own volition and understand that the submission of material is for discretionary consideration by the Editor and is not to be construed as to be in ‘exchange’ for a review.
The Electric Review does not serve as a ‘for-hire’ advertising vehicle and the submission of material for review creates no agreement either express or implicit requiring us to provide comment on a book, record, film, product or event. In sum, The Electric Review accepts no payment for the publication of a review. Instead, commentary is published as a free public service with reviews based solely on merit and the lasting classroom or cultural value of a given work: this compendium of essays meant to serve as an electronic library and on-going teaching resource surveying the 21st-century landscape.
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