Talk:Black Gate (magazine)

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Removed submission comment - smaller press magazines regularly open and close to subs[edit]

I pulled the edit because small press magazines regularly open and close to subs. In fact, per Ralan.com (http://www.ralan.com/sfpro/sf_pro.htm#B), it closed to subs in November, '06 and should reopen in Jul 2007. It's not worth keeping an entry updated for that - a reader can visit their website.

Now, if they close permanently (which, frankly, is something that I do wonder about given BG's recent history), that's a big issue and we can change the article to reflect that (move it to Category:Defunct_magazines, etc).

If anyone disagrees, please discuss.

--KNHaw 00:49, 5 January 2007 (UTC)

True enough, I can't deny that for a fact. My thought on adding it was to benefit writers such as myself; in the past I have used wikipedia to hunt for magazines that might be suitable for submissions. Of course, this was before I discovered ralan.com... I'll just light a metaphorical candle in hopes that the magazine pulls through. The Dragon of Life 00:56, 5 January 2007 (UTC)
No problem. Good luck at Ralan's. It's helped me find a few markets, too. --KNHaw 05:37, 5 January 2007 (UTC)

How often do they actually publish?[edit]

I know that they want (or wanted) to publish quarterly, but how many isues have they actually published in, say, the last 24 months? That's a bit of information which I think would enrich this article. Anyone know? --Peter Knutsen 13:58, 23 September 2007 (UTC)