Think you're funny? Prove it. Write something for the ApeSheet®. It doesn't pay much. OK it doesn't pay at all, but you get to impress your friends and add published writer to your resume. If you would like to submit an article to the ApeSheet® here's the deal:

Articles should range between 300 words and 800 words. Most columns and interviews fall between 300 words and 500 words. Feature articles and ApeStuff submissions should be between 500 words and 800 words. Most submissions fall into the misc. section. You can improve your chances of having your submission published by targeting it to one of the other sections. If you would like to contact us with an idea for an article before you bother taking the time to write it, that's cool with us. Otherwise, just cut and paste that baby into the specified textbox, fill in your name and email and click send. You're well on your way to be a proud ApeSheet contributor.


The rest is mostly legal stuff.

1. By submitting your material you are giving the ApeSheet® license to publish the article on the Web site. The ApeSheet® also reserves the right to use your submission in any promotional materials. However, unlike some other sites, we won't claim sole publishing rights to your work. After all, you wrote it, not us. We only want to put it on the site so you can prove to your friends that you really are funny.

2. Anything you submit must be original material. You must have the legal right and authority to grant publishing rights for the material to the ApeSheet®. The work should not be considered libelous or defamatory, and it should not violate or infringe upon the copyright, privacy right, publicity right, trademark, service mark or any other personal or property right of any person or entity - unless it's really, really funny.

3. You agree to hold harmless the ApeSheet® from any third-party claims, damages, liabilities, costs and expenses, including legal fees and court costs, in connection with any breach by you of this agreement. Basically, if we get sued because of something you wrote, it's not our fault, it's yours.

4. The ApeSheet® is free to use your material however it sees fit. The ApeSheet® may edit or alter your article in order to make it even funnier than it already is.

By clicking submit, you agree to the above outlined terms. If you can't get this page to work, you can also send your material in the body of an email to Please include your name, address and phone number. If the ApeSheet® plans to use your material, you should receive a reply within a few days thanking you for your immeasurably witty contribution and confirming the agreement.

The ApeSheet does not release, sell or rent personal information for solicitation purposes.

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