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 (, 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 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)