News: GUD Publicity - Poets & Writers
Friday, October 31, 2008
What garnered GUD a full page of Nov/Dec Poets & Writers? Contract terms.
"[...] literary magazines tend to offer similar terms: a relatively small sum of money (or not) for first serial rights, electronic rights, and nonexclusive reprint rights along with the option to publish the work in an anthology or other publication that the magazine may want to produce in the future"
You probably already know how we're different, but P+W is good reading regardless, and I recommend checking out the article and their other articles. :)
GUD's also been garnering a first flush of reviews from a number of sources for Issue 3.
- The Fix : "From the accessible to the avant-garde, these have one thing in common: a love for language and imagery that reachs down and touches to the bone."
- SF Revu: "GUD is really something completely different. You don't get stories like this anywhere else. You should give it a try."
- Small Press Review: "Gud is a bewildering / rewarding combination of high artistic achievement / experimentalism / innovation and everydayness."
- Rich Horton (Iss 2 + 3): "[...] a very interesting and ambitious salad of a magazine.
- Susie Hawes: "[A] wondrous mixture of the strange, the chilling, the exciting and the hilarious, all served with a dash of poetic style and a plethora of beautifully rendered illustrations."
- Bill Ward: "Quirky, smartly-crafted, and unexpected — GUD is for those with big appetites and adventurous palates, and I heartily recommend it."
We've even scored a recent review of Issue 0. Which I mention in reminder that ALL issues are available ALL the time. If you've missed an issue (or three), here's where you go.
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