Review Policies and Contact Info
E-mail Me: Please feel free to contact me at Quellelove at gmail dot com if you have a question, a pitch or just want to chat. I'd love to hear from you!
Book or Blu-Ray/DVD Reviews: I accept copies of traditionally published books and Blu-Rays, DVDs or DVD-Rs/MODs. It has to be classic film-related due the focus of my blog. I reserve the right to decline. If I do accept, I will reveal in my review that I received the product for free and will name the source.
Interviews: I'm always looking to interview interesting people! Have an idea for an interview? E-mail me.
Repertory Theaters or Live Events: If you are hosting a classic film screening in the Boston area, please feel free to contact me as I would most likely be interested in attending, promoting and writing about your event.
Blogathons: You can contact me about these but I can't guarantee that I can participate.
Advertising: I do advertising and affiliate marketing but am not looking for any additional partnerships.
Guest posts: If you are interested in doing a guest post for Out of the Past, please e-mail me your idea! It has to be classic film related due to the theme of my blog. Also, it can't be a post that promotes a company or product because technically that's advertisement.
Your Blog, Website, Fundraiser or Video: I would love to hear about your blog, website, fundraiser or video or any projects you are working on. Just note that it has to be classic film related due to the theme of my blog.
Linking: I do not take requests for links in any way shape or form. If I link to you, it's because I want to and came to that decision independently.
Awards: Thank you so much for your award but I don't post about them here nor do I participate in award memes. I'm really grateful for you thinking of me.
You can also contact me through Twitter @Quellelove , my Google+ page or through my Facebook page.
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