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I was not able to learn much from their site, however. January 2014 update: But if you submit a detailed query, per their instructions, you may get an invitation to submit. This may be legitimate, considering the havoc wrought by internet viruses, but it does put them in the category of pay-to-publish. I received an announcement that the inaugural print edition of the winter 2010 edition of this magazine is now available.
They publish poetry, fiction, essays, art & photography, and book reviews.
Whichever way it is done, the author gets 65% of the sale price, though things like credit card fees reduce this; the publisher actually takes only 10%. The proprietor feels that my prior report of small sales is ignorant, but did not provide informed figures.
This says their royalty rates are 65% of sale price without credit card deductions.
Those who encounter dead links are welcome to let me know; I'll check and either get them corrected or noted as defunct.
I received a plea for publishers to get together and standardize their submission guidelines.
"They are friendly, informative, always willing to help and above all they pay out every month." February 2008 update: They certainly have an array of hard-core erotica, but this time I could not find information on submissions or terms for writers. June 2008 update: the publisher let me know where the terms are listed: under
Still 65% on direct sales, 40% when sold via affiliates.
In these hard times it is a shame to not be able to bring life to your project because of the soaring costs of professionally preparing your manuscript for immediate publication and the need to conserve money.