oldcharliebrown (oldcharliebrown) wrote,

Online Genre Magazines: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

"For writers, online genre magazines are not only a great way to build readership and name recognition, they also tend to be more accessible than many print magazines, with most accepting electronic submissions, featuring rapid acceptance to publication turn-around times, and a willingness to work with new writers. However, all online magazines are not equal in the exposure they bring to a writer's story.

While several top online magazines rival or surpass Analog and Asimov's in readership and "look," many others have poor design, non-existent editorial work, and a very limited readership. . . . when writers ponder submitting to online magazines, they should consider . . . "

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