News: Issue 1 is now open for submissions

Saturday, August 12, 2006

Yes, that means that Issue 0 is closed. Almost full up. Kaolin has left room for more art, so spread the word. GUD has also changed its terms for art rights purchases. As of this writing, everything, even work that's been viewed in on-line galleries or in print, will  be paid the first-run price. We realize we can't afford to pay pro rates for art, but we're hoping that the world-wide exposure will make it worth your efforts in submitting.

Sue Miller is the Editor-in-Chief for Issue 1.  More about what she likes and is looking for can be found here.

- reddit, digg, facebook, stumbleupon, etc... please! ;)
posted by sue

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Sunday, August 20, 2006 / 13:41:25
First time-submitter here...LOVE the online sub system. Really nice job and congrats to all!
Sunday, August 20, 2006 / 13:43:36
Thanks! =)
Wednesday, August 23, 2006 / 22:01:47
drive-by typo alert, unless 'revert revert' is some kinda extra-GUD legalese...….php
"if GUD should close its doors, rights revert revert six months after the fact."

here's to a long life and open doors. skoal! =)
Wednesday, August 23, 2006 / 22:03:29
Thanks! Fixed momentarily!
Wednesday, August 23, 2006 / 22:04:15
Thursday, August 24, 2006 / 17:12:10
I'm a little confused here by a letter, dated August 18,2006 that Sal Coraccio sent me. He asked me to submit the short story I sent to GUD via email because he loved the story and wanted to have a conversation about it with his three other colleagues. I don't mind the that the story was rejected by Sue Miller, but I don't like being lead on and told something by one person, and another person does something else. That's the impression Ms. Miller has left me with.
Thursday, August 24, 2006 / 17:27:05
I'm afraid there might have been some sort of miscommunication--we do not accept hard-copy submissions. Any submission must be sent electronically to be considered. Sal's response was in line with that, to the best of my knowledge. Sue's in charge of the current issue, though, and as such it's her discretion how far anything that is properly submitted goes. We will review the language used/practice of replying to hard-copy submissions, and do apologize for any excessive angst this has caused you.

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