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    Tuesday, March 15th, 2005
    8:56 pm
    [ecc02]
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    Tuesday, June 8th, 2004
    9:53 am
    [archer904]
    OPEN SPACES
    OPEN SPACES


    Open Spaces Publications, Inc.
    PMB 134, 6327-C SW Capitol Hwy.
    Portland OR 97239-1937

    Phone: (503)227-5764
    Fax: (503)227-3401
    E-Mail: info@open-spaces.com
    Website: www.open-spaces.com

    President: Penny Harrison. Managing Editor: James Bradley

    Contact:
    Elizabeth Arthur, editor

    About OPEN SPACES:
    Format: general interest magazine

    Frequency: Quarterly

    "Open Spaces is a forum for informed writing and intelligent thought. Articles are written by experts in various fields. Audience is varied (CEOs and rock climbers, politicos and university presidents, etc.) but is highly educated and loves to read good writing."

    95% freelance written
    Established in 1997

    Pays on publication
    Publishes manuscript 6 months after acceptance.
    Byline given.
    Offers 20% kill fee.

    Rights purchased: Rights purchased vary with author and material.

    Editorial lead time 9 months.

    Accepts queries by mail and fax

    Accepts simultaneous submissions

    Sample copy for $10.

    Fiction:
    "Quality is far more important than type. Read the magazine."

    Contact: Ellen Teicher, fiction editor

    Does Not Want: "Excellence is the issue - not subject matter."

    Buys 8 manuscripts/year.
    Length: 2,000–6,000 words.

    Payment varies.

    Tips: "Open Spaces reviews all manuscripts submitted in hopes of finding writing of the highest quality. We present a Northwest perspective as well as a national and international one. Best advice is read the magazine."
    Saturday, June 5th, 2004
    11:23 pm
    [archer904]
    Did TROIKA go down?
    I heard a rumor that TROIKA folded. Does anyone know if this is true?
    11:19 pm
    [archer904]
    GULF COAST
    GULF COAST

    A Journal of Literature and Fine Art
    Dept. of English, University of Houston
    Houston TX 77204

    Phone: (713)743-3223
    Fax: (713)743-3215
    E-Mail: gulfcoast@gulfcoast.uh.edu
    Website: www.gulfcoastmag.uh.edu

    Editor: Mark Doty. Managing Editor: Sasha West.

    GULF COAST is a semiannual magazine.

    "Gulf Coast's mission is to promote and support literary excellence by publishing the best poetry, fiction, literary nonfiction and reviews of both emerging and established writers. GC is particularly committed to fostering the careers of young writers."

    Freelance Facts:
    100% freelance written
    Established: 1987
    Circulation: 1,000
    Publishes manuscript 6 months-1 year no answer after acceptance.

    Accepts simultaneous submissions
    Responds in 6 months to manuscripts.

    Back issue for $6, 7X10 SAE and 4 first-class stamps.
    Writer's guidelines for #10 SASE or on website..

    Wants: Literary fiction

    Contact: Fiction Editors

    Buys 8-10 manuscripts/year.
    Submission method: Send complete manuscript
    Length: No limit.

    Pays: $50–100 for fiction.
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