Douglas Cohen (douglascohen) wrote,
Douglas Cohen

Another New One

On occasion we'll receive a fiction submission from someone who is also submitting an accompanying illustration for the story in question.  That's fine, although each piece will end up being evaluated separately.  We also rarely end up accepting work that has an accompanying illustration.  There's no stigma against such a thing--it just tends to work out that way.

Today I encountered something a little different.  It marks the first time I ever read instructions in a cover letter for what sort of art we should commission should the story be accepted.  That was ...unexpected.  
Tags: adventures in slushing

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