In this podcast Richard Thomas, Hillary Dodge and Heather Foster talk about Gamut Magazine.
About Gamut Magazine
Gamut is an online magazine of neo-noir, speculative fiction with a literary bent. Find more information at Gamut Online.
Special offer for This Is Horror Podcast listeners: If you’ve yet to subscribe to Gamut Magazine and missed the 20% off in December we have a special offer for you. Just put ‘THIS IS HORROR’ into the note via PayPal when you pay for the full price of a Gamut Magazine subscription and Richard Thomas will refund 20% so you still get the magazine for the special 20% off price.
Offer expires 1 February 2017.
- [03:00] Interview start/introductions
- [06:45] What is Gamut Magazine and what is the Gamut aesthetic?
- [16:25] Jake Marley, via Patreon, asks what Gamut wants to see more and less of
- [23:15] Recommended poets
- [35:00] Non-fiction submissions
- [52:10] Darryl Foster, via Patreon, asks about cover letters
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