You've had the chance to walk through Taylor Swift's face, but now, you've got an opportunity to be Taylor Swift's face...kind of.

To celebrate T. Swift's decade-long music career, publishing house Simon & Schuster plans to collect all Taylor-related fan art, concert photos and press clippings released over the past 10 years and condense them into a scrapbook-style anthology slated for October 2016 release, according to Entertainment Weekly. And if you really know the 1989 singer from front to back, the company wants you to apply to be the work's "honorary author."

To be considered for the role, which includes $10,000, a credit on the book's cover and a potential press tour among its perks, head to, upload a three-minute video that best articulates why you're the superior super-Swiftie by January 13, and patiently wait. Or, if you're a low-key artistic type without a taste for the limelight, you can submit potential book title ideas for a chance at $2,500, or cover art for $5,000.

Simon & Schuster's also asking fan photographers or illustrators who've got high-res work on file to submit their very best images to for potential inclusion in the book. Hundreds will be chosen, and each selected submission will earn payment, a copyright credit and a free copy of the unnamed title.

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