Submission Guidelines

Submission Guidelines

Because there are rules...

Consider this your invitation to submit something. We need material. What kinds of material? All kinds! Without good material, this site would not exist. So consider this a mutually beneficial opportunity; you register and add your own content or you send stuff in to us, we give it a place to be hosted online and work as kind of an off-site backup to your material. So, with that said, here are some things to consider when planning a submission:

First off, if you're looking to make official Risus published things, contact Risus' owner Dave LeCompte for freelancing opportunities!

What Gets In

In addition, all submissions must meet moderator approval. Objectionable material may be removed or revised at their discretion.

How We Want It

If you are using the wiki, then you can format things how you like.

Besides obvious things like attributing yourself at the beginning or end of the article, make sure your submission:

All graphics must include the artists signature or other defining mark (don’t expect us to keep track of your art for you).

What You Get

Submitting via Email?

How to send it to us

What Happens Next

All authors and artists should receive an email within 7 days about the status of the article. If you do not receive a reply in 7 days please send a follow-up email to - Be sure to mention the title of the article you are asking about.

Questions regarding these guidelines can be sent to

Keep in mind that pretty much anything here can be ignored (save for the Risus Fan-Document Policies in the Risus .zip file) if your work is amazing, outstanding, incredible and totally out of this world. A tough order to fill, but we've been surprised before, and always hope to be surprised again!