In this podcast Richard Thomas, Hillary Dodge and Heather Foster talk about Gamut Magazine, diversity, rejections and much more.
About Gamut Magazine
Gamut is an online magazine of neo-noir, speculative fiction with a literary bent. Find more information at Gamut Online.
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- [02:15] Ensuring diversity
- [13:55] Thomas Joyce, via Patreon, asks about audio
- [16:50] Lydia Peever, via Patreon, asks about the manuscript wishlist
- [21:35] Brian Asman, via Patreon, asks about douchey cover letters
- [35:25] Nik Korpon, via Patreon, asks why Richard keeps rejecting his stories
- [45:45] Gamut pricing and subscription options
- [48:00] Final thoughts
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