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Archive-name: writing/resources/part1 Version: 2.8 Last-modifed: 10/95 Distribution-agent: email@example.com URL: http://bel.avonibp.co.uk/bricolage/resources/lounge/IWRG/index.html Internet Writer Resources v2.8 (10/95) ====================================== Please Note: As from January 1995, this is compiled/edited/maintained by Trevor Lawrence <firstname.lastname@example.org>. An HTML version is available at: htpp://bel.avonibp.co.uk/bricolage/resources/lounge/IWRG/index.html This document is primarily a list of magazines and various outlets accepting submissions by email, and branching out into Internet resources for the writer in general. Thanks to everyone who has responded. This list will be updated and maintained as long as *you* send in updates and improvements. See the bottom for information on distribution. Contents -------- (1) How to Submit (2) Electronic Submissions List (3) MCI Mail Magazine addresses (4) A Note to Writers (5) A Note to Editors (6) A Vision of the Future (7) The FAQ as the Future (8) WWW: Cyberspatial Presses (9) Other Electronic Resources (10) CRAM (11) Most Wanted List (12) Credits (13) Change History (14) Distribution (1) How to Submit ============= These addresses are provided through the courtesy of the publisher for the purpose of submitting queries or complete manuscripts. In all cases it is best to first *query* the publisher with a short description of your article idea or outline of an already-written article. In your query, you should address how your article fits in with the magazine's scope and focus. If you are querying multiple editors, do this for each. Make sure that you are familiar with their general magazine content enough to avoid wasting their time with irrelevent pieces or ones that have just recently been covered. If the entry states that the magazine has writer's guidelines, ask the editor for those first and adhere to them. Multiple submissions: in general, if you want to adhere to the utmost standards of politeness, avoid multiple simultaneous submissions. Particularly with email you generally receive a very rapid turnaround, so that the necessity of multiple submissions is decreased. If you absolutely must attempt simultaneous submissions, and one editor accepts an article, immediately email to all others that you are withdrawing the article. Explicitly noting the status of your submission as exclusive or simultaneous is a good idea. Do not carbon copy send a single article with no individual attention to the receiving editors. If you learned of the email address from this source, please tell the editor that. It will encourage the editor to maintain the capability, spur other editors to set up their own email addresses, and in turn help expand your own list of possible and alternative outlets for your writing. (2) Electronic Submissions List =========================== These magazines are published monthly unless otherwise noted. The `content' category describes the general content and requested writing. `compensation' describes the remuneration policies (if any). `rights' describes the rights to the material that are sold to the publisher. `contact' is the email address of the publisher, editor, or the general submission address. Note: the accuracy of this list is not guaranteed. In particular, the rights involved in a particular `sale' may be variable or negotiable. Make sure you understand the terms of the arrangement with the publisher. If you are interested in only certain kinds of contracts (such as retaining the copyright, which is usual the usual case but not guaranteed) be sure to tell the editor. - Alternate Hilarities Type: magazine of humor in speculative fiction Content: humorous pieces from all areas of the speculative fiction field, horror, science fiction and fantasy of all types. ``We're looking for stories ranging in length from 1 to 5k words. We like to work with original stories, but reprints are OK if the author still holds the rights. The main point is to be funny. Compensation: Payment for first timepublication will be 1 cent a word (and a one copy). Payment for reprints is two copies. Rights: (?) Comments: ``We're more likely to buy something that's consistently funny over something that's acceptable to all audiences.'' E-mail submissions preferred. Contact: Talestwiceto@Genie.geis.com (Co-Editors: Alexandra Zale, Devon Tavern) - Blue Heron Publishing Type: Book publishers. Currently publish six books per year. Content: Prefer titles that will have a strong educational market, will consider strong queries for lengths from 20,000 words, where the sensibility of the work matches that of shorter works in the Left Bank Books. Compensation: Yes. Rights: Specific. Comments: ``If querying by email, be extraordinarily brief; we will reply quickly, within two weeks (...); if you haven't had an email reply within two weeks, we are not interested. Under no circumstances will we consider an unsolicited manuscript sent by email. We don't mind simultaneous submissions, so long as we are informed from the beginning. If another publisher accepts before we do, please let us know.'' Contact: email@example.com http://www.teleport.com/~bhp - The Blind Spot Type: small press 'zine (?) Content: Duke's fantasy, SF, and horror fiction. 10K words or less. Artwork. Compensation: $10 plus contributors copies. Rights: (?) Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org (Andy Whitfield) - ClipText Type: ClipText consists of ready-to-publish articles sold on diskette for $39.95 a disk. ClipText is aimed at anyone who publishes a newsletter, including businesses, non-profit associations, clubs, and others. The name ClipText is an officially-registered trademark of The Company Writers. Content: Business: Marketing, management, communications, how-to and general info, as well as interesting new trends and anecdotes. Seasonal: Holiday celebrations tips and how-to. Health & Fitness: Tips, new information, trends, and new cures, preventive tips, avoiding risks, etc. Personal Finance: Tips, how-to, on saving money, planning for retirement, etc. Office Technology: New options, basic overviews, exciting opportunities. Food: Recipes and information, including dieting. Lifestyle: Travel, leisure, miscellaneous. Family: kids, education, household tips Community: Environment, safety, activism, outreach, mentoring, etc. Humor: Jokes, games, topical humor. Miscellaneous: Entertainment, book and movie reviews, etc. Compensation: Our base rate is 10 cents a word. We will discuss variances in private correspondence or conversation. We pay by check within 30 days. Rights: we require 1st serial rights, serial reprint rights, and electronic serial rights. You may retain book rights. If you have previously published material, you may submit it. In that case, we will purchase reprint and electronic rights. Comments: ClipText articles are published in three lengths: Full Column: 260-300 words Half Column: 160-220 words Short Articles: 50-100 words Contact: Direct all submissions to: Neil Olonoff Managing Director The Company Writers PO Box 105 Burke, VA 22009-0105 E-mail: email@example.com. Voice: (703) 503-2880 Fax: (703) 503-0020 - Circlet Press Type: small press 'zine, published anthologies (?) Content: Erotic science fiction and fantasy. Short stories primarily under 10K words. Anthologies. Other subcategories. Compensation: half-cent per word. Royalties for single-author anthologies negotiated on cases by case basis. Rights: one-time anthology rights. Comments: Write for guidelines or booklist. Query first. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org - Claustrophobia Type: small press newsletter Content: social issues, privacy (?) Compensation: no money, but `credit, exposure, samples for portfolio' Rights: nonsimultaneous publication. Contact: email@example.com - CONNECT Type: small press magazine Content: ``Covering the major commercial online services, Internet/Usenet and smaller Bulletin Board System networks, CONNECT focuses on telecommunications from a user-oriented perspective.'' Compensation: ``Authors are paid a flat rate of $75 for mini-reviews. Authors are paid between $100 and $300 for feature articles, depending on the length, subject matter and newsworthiness of the article. The longer the article and the more complex the subject matter, typically, the more the payment for the submission.'' Rights: (?) Comments: seeks articles and reviews. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.US - CYBERSPACE VANGUARD Type: electronic magazine Content: ``News and Views of the Science Fiction and Fantasy. Universe carries interviews, feature articles, and lots'o'news on current happenings on the science fiction, fantasy, animation, and comics genres.'' Compensation: ``Right now we cannot pay our writers, but we are trying to line up a publisher for a paper version, and once that happens we will be attempting to pay people.'' Rights: ``We "buy" one-time rights, but the remuneration policy may change at any time.'' Comments: ``We are seeking articles and interviews from writers who can be fun without being long-winded. Write for guidelines, but in the meantime a query is preferred to an article.'' See etext.archive.umich.edu: /pub/Zines/Cyberspace.Vanguard for past issues. Contact: Submissions should be send to email@example.com. Other correspondence should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. - FringeWare Review Type: electronic magazine Content: ``Our centroid (th/m)eme [is] "Building Community around a Fringe Marketplace'' ``sidebars, tutorials, interviews and reviews, with tasty, mind-twisting fiction as synthesis'' Compensation: ``We pay up to US$0.03 per word plus byline and two copies of each issue in which you appear. We pay the full amount for work we choose to run which: (a) hasn't appeared elsewhere, (b) fits within our issues' themes, (c) and meets word count criteria; also, you must provide an email address for the byline. Otherwise, we'll negotiate. We pay US$20 per page for artwork and comix, or do trade-outs as mentioned above. In the case of comix, we do not need the work to be first run.'' Rights: (?) Comments: ``We limit our magazine to 48 pages, at least 35% of which contains catalog, subvertising, editorials, letters and administrivia, so writers only have 25-odd pages, less artwork and comix, in which to express their collective brilliance. We seek terse, opinionated, first-person, active-voice, period.'' Contact: email@example.com - GRIST Type: electronic magazine Content: a magazine of poetry, prose, essays and articles Compensation: (?) Rights: (?) Comments: Well-crafted prose, experimental prose, discussions of network prose, interactive/collaborative language, all considered and solicited for publication. FTP or Gopher to etext.archive.umich.edu/pub/Poetry/Grist Contact: mail subscriptions and work submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org. - Hum - The Government Computer Magazine Type: paper magazine (?) Content: Canada's national magazine for public sector computing, for 13,000+ mostly government managers - federal, provincial and municipal. Rights: first serial Compensation: up to $.10 per word Comments: Stories must be about the use of technology in Canadian government settings. Contact: Submit query to Mr. Lee Hunter, Managing Editor email@example.com - Intermix Type: Monthly email and W3 science fiction and fantasy magazine. Content: Fiction (short stories and poetry) and non-fiction (book reviews, essays, interviews, commentaries and news-worthy items) in SF/Fantasy genre. Compensation: $0.1515 per line. Rights: Intermix purchases original material for one-time use. Comments: Contact: Brian E. Mortensen <firstname.lastname@example.org> - Internet Bulletin for CPAs Type: Monthly 12 page print newsletter for CPAs on how to use Internet in their work. Content: Product reviews, interviews with CPAs, how to do it articles on Internet functions and Internet sites that are useful to CPAs in their work as auditors, accountants, computer consultants, tax advisors, business valuation specialists, litgations support specialists, controllers, etc. Compensation: Generally, $.25 per word for accepted, original articles. Rights: Generally, authors of accepted articles will be expected to sign work-for-hire contracts that require them to assign all rights to Kent Information Services, Inc. Comments: CPAs are interested in how to use the Internet in their work. Readers include CPAs in industry, government, not-for-profits and public accounting firms. Contact: John Graves <email@example.com> Kent Information Services, Inc.; 227 E. Main; Kent, OH 44240 - Internet Informer Type: email newsletter Content: includes news and information from both the material and electronic worlds, particularly the Internet Compensation: "small fee" Rights: (?) Comments: work with regular columnists particularly Contact: Informer@Cris.Com or StevenBaker@Delphi.com. - InterText Type: bi-monthly electronic fiction magazine Content: Short stories primarily under 15,000 words, though exceptions can be made. Not genre-specific -- stories from all genres welcome. Write for guidelines if needed. Compensation: publication & exposure to ~3000 subscribers on 6 continents. Rights: One-time publication; all copyrights revert to authors immediately. Comments: FTP to network.ucsd.edu (188.8.131.52) in /intertext Or Gopher to ocf.berkeley.edu in OCF On-Line Library -> Fiction -> InterText On the World-Wide Web, point your WWW browser to http://network.ucsd.edu/intertext/other_formats/HTML/ITtoc.html Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Editor: Jason Snell - The Lighthouse Type: monthly magazine, email version Content: focuses on various forms of contemporary Christian music (Rock to Rap to Metal to Adult Contemporary to Alternative to Dance). Artist spotlights and album reviews. The ministry of Christian music. Compensation: `A BIG thank you' Rights: no exclusive rights requested Comments: write for more details and text-only email version. Contact: JWS@SABINE.PSU.EDU - Millenium Magazine Type: small type, published on real paper, 600 DPI B&W Graphics, 30-40pp, saddle stapled, colored card cover. Content: B&W art, fiction under10 pages, poetry: Gothic, techno, industrial, psychedelic, counterculture, urban. Compensation: free copies and short bio in back w/ contact info Rights: Writers and artists retain all rights. Comments: please send submissions over 2 pages in compressed form! We've been around over three years. Our first online issue will come out in December 1994. It will be interactive & HyperCard-based. Contact: CountREM@aol.com,Internet - Paladin Science Fiction Group Type: anthologies and novels Content: ``Fiction anthologies in science fiction, fantasy, and horror for mature readers; erotic science fiction, fantasy, and horror for adult readers. Length: supershort to novella. Maximum 10K words. Novels in science fiction, fantasy and horror 40K-60K words for general to mature audience.'' Compensation: One cent per word, two copies for poetry. Rights: (?) Comments: Do not submit without reading guidelines first. Both electronic queries and simultaneous submissions OK. No electronic submissions in North America. Contact: S G Johnson email@example.com - PARADIGM Type: magazine Content: a new magazine based in Pittsburgh, Pa, is accepting submissions for articles, editorials and book/video reviews on the following subjects: esoteric knowledge, conspiracy theories, freemasonry/secret societies shadow governments, ufo's, crop circles/earth and geological anomalies angels, Qabalism, Gnosticism, mysticism, kundalini. Any article that can "draw the big picture" is a big plus. Photos would be great; original artwork welcome. Compensation: 1/2c/word + 2 contributors copies. Payment for photos/artwork are negotiable with author Rights: acquires first-time rights Comments: You may send submissions or queries to: PARADIGM, 1369 Terrace St. Bridgeville, PA 15017 Contact: Paradigm X@aol.com - Quanta Type: online magazine Content: `science fiction by amateur and professional authors around the world and across the net.' Compensation: publication & exposure to ~2200 subscribers Rights: (?) Comments: ASCII and Postcript versions. See ftp.eff.org /journals/Quanta Contact: submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org. - Sixth Dragon (prev. Mushroom Opera) Type: student-run magazine published twice a year at Michigan State U. at Lansing Content: generally science fiction and fantasy Compensation: contributor's copy Rights: (?) Contact: David Scott Martin email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org - Sound News and Arts Type: local small press 'zine Content: ``Accept writing of ALL types, mainly about arts, music and interviews with interesting and innovative people. Also accept poetry, short stories and artwork. SOUND is a local publication and is pretty open content-wise. Geared toward the younger, more energetic crowd.'' Compensation: ``No payment as of yet (save for a few free issues), planned payment in late '93.'' Rights: (?) Comments: uuencoded or FTPed submissions to sunsite.unc.edu in the /pub/multimedia/pictures/OTIS/Incoming directory). Submissions should be in ASCII text format (or TIF, GIF or JPEG for pictures. Contact: email@example.com (or firstname.lastname@example.org) - StoneGround Type: A new, free health food magazine available from Health Food Stores in the Okanagan Valley, B.C., Canada. (First Issue September 1995) Content: Articles on healthfood products, nutrition, vitamins, minerals, herbs and spices, organic foods and growing, food without cruelty, vegetarian lifestyles, product and produce reviews - anything related to a healthy or low environmental impact diet. We also have a children's page which is focused to health/environment. We do not accept advertorials. Readers: All age groups - committed and new health food consumers. Compensation: $10 - $25 plus 2 copies for 500 - 2000 words. Rights: One time (non-exclusive) rights or second serial (reprint) rights. Comments: E-mail submissions preferred. Feel free to contact us with any questions. Simultaneous submissions O.K. - we have a very small local readership. Contact: email@example.com (Editor: Tony Roberts) - The TRINCOLL JOURNAL Type: liberal Arts Multimedia Magazine Content: The TRINCOLL Journal is a liberal Arts Multimedia Magazine created by students from Trinity College in Hartford Connecticut. The Journal is a weekly publication with its writing and art work created by readers from around the world. Compensation: (?) Rights: (?) Comments: To view the Journal use your favorite WWW browser to open a URL to: http://www.trincoll.edu/homepage.html FTP: troy.trincoll.edu /pub/incoming/TrincollJournal sumex-aim.stanford.edu /info-mac/per Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Peter Adams, Paul Tedesco Editors - Wilde Oaks Type: literary journal Content: South Bay (San Jose, CA) Lesbian and Gay Community Center literary journal. Accepts fiction (less than 6K words preferred), prose, poety, photography, and artwork from gay, Lesbian, bisexual, transgender, or supportive people. Erotica is okay, but no pornography. Submission guidelines are available. Compensation: One contributor copy Rights: One-time publication rights Contact: email@example.com (Jim Drew) - Writer's Nook News Type: national quarterly magazine Content: ``dedicated to giving freelance writers specific information for their immediate practical use in getting published and staying published. It contains news; writing tips; book reviews; legislative/tax updates; conference, contest, and market listing; and various related topics.'' Compensation: ``The Nook News pays 6 cents per word on acceptance for First North American Serial Rights to short, pithy articles (400 words max.) on the writing experience.'' Rights: (?) Comments: ``Simultaneous submissions will be rejected. Articles must be specific, terse, and contain information my readers can put to immediate, practical use. Avoid third person whenever possible. Include a short bio (25 words or so, not a resume) with your submission.'' Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org (Eugene Ortiz, Publisher) - Writer's Workshop Review Type: Small Press Magazine (hard copy), 18-22 pages with plans to expand considerably in 1995. Began publishing in April 1993. Content: How-to articles for writers, short stories in most genres, computer networking related information, poetry, art... Compensation: Pays one contributor's copy. Editor plans to begin implementing program that will offer monetary payment in 1995. Rights: First, one time or reprint rights. All rights revert to the author after publication. Comments: "We enjoy publishing a variety of different types of writing. We attempt to save as many of our pages for freelance work as possible and we accept a good deal of work from unpublished authors. We encourage our writers to make every word count and to check their manuscripts over well to weed out weak sentences or ones with hard to understand phrasing. Most of our readers are computer users and we advocate computer networking for writers. We encourage E-mail submissions and offer our guidelines via E-mail as well. We will send brochures to writing groups free of charge. We have a BBS for writers on which we host Writer's Workshop, Writer's Workshop Lounge and Writer's Garden (all VirtualNET newsgroups, established in November 1992). Submissions may be uploaded directly to our BBS or sent through Internet to the address below. Contact: Editor, Rhia R. Drouillard, email@example.com - WIRED Type: monthly national magazine Content: Cutting edge computer technology, `techno-culture and hardware' (?) Compensation: (?) Rights: (?) Comments: Write for guidelines. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com (3) MCI Magazine Addresses ====================== The following entries were retreived from the public MCI electronic yellow pages. They are being included in this FAQ with *no* prior warning to the publishers. The FAQ author has emailed a few of them with no result. `Your mileage may vary.' The author would greatly like to receive more information (contents, compensation, rights, comments) on these outlets to move the entries into the previous section, and hear of any `success stories' in receiving *any* response (even simple submission guidelines) from these addresses. To send mail to these addresses from the internet, use the form [x]@mcimail.com where [x] is the ID given below. DO NOT INCLUDE THE HYPHEN in the address. (Generated ~8/93) `MAGAZINE' search MCI ID Name Organization Location 596-6620 Avionics Magazine Avionics Magazi Potomac, MD 371-5189 Biotechnology Magazine Nature Publishi New York, NY 250-0135 BYTE Magazine Peterborough, N 411-2547 C Magazine Softbank Corp JAPAN 323-9250 CIO Magazine CIO Magazine Framingham, MA 379-1932 Computer Graphics World Ma Computer Graphi Westford, MA 324-3008 Computer Shopper Magazine Computer Shoppe Titusville, FL 393-3639 ComputerLand Magazine Pleasanton, CA 339-5237 CPI Purchasing Magazine Cahners Publish Newton, MA 280-8275 Data Based Advisor Magazin Data Based Advi San Diego, CA 416-2157 Data Communications Magazi McGraw Hill New York, NY 335-7244 DBMS Magazine DBMS/PCA San Mateo, CA 477-1898 Dyna Magazine Softbank Corpor JAPAN 391-5774 EDN Magazine EDN Magazine BLANK 427-6021 Electronic Products Magazi Electronic Prod Garden City, NY 582-3736 Epicurean Magazine Epicurean Magaz San Fernand, CA 601-1044 Food Product Design Magazi Food Product De Northbrook, IL 312-3728 Foreign Policy Magazine Foreign Policy Washington, DC 313-3729 Foreign Policy Magazine Foreign Policy Washington, DC 442-3685 Frequent Flyer Magazine Frequent Flyer New York NY 312-4471 IN Magazine MCIC Washington DC 319-3071 Interior Design Magazine Interior Design New York, NY 376-9627 Interiors Magazine Interiors Magaz New York, NY REMOTE 567-3913 LAN Magazine Computer Pubs AUSTRALIA 503-2941 Laser Focus World Magazine Laser Focus Wor Westford, MA 422-5920 MacUser Magazine MacUser Foster City CA 355-9510 Maintenance Technology Mag Maintenance Tec Barrington, IL 564-3622 Metroland Magazine Metroland Magaz Albany, NY 387-0963 Modern Motor Magazine Modern Motor Ma Australia 445-5851 NewMedia Magazine San Mateo, CA 318-3782 Omni Magazine New York, NY 468-2934 Packaging Magazine Cahners Publish Des Plaines IL 157-9301 PC Magazine PC Magazine New York, NY 447-7466 Popular Science Magazine Popular Science New York Ny 413-3658 Prepared Foods Magazine Prepared Foods Chicago, IL 392-5775 Purchasing Magazine Purchasing Maga BLANK 514-3313 Risk Magazine Ltd. Risk Magazine L Chicago, IL 500-0238 Sail Magazine Cahners Newton MA 317-3309 Smithsonian Magazine Smithsonian Mag Washington, DC 277-9362 Software Magazine Software Magazi Westboro, MA 556-3896 Solutions PC Magazine PC Magazine New York NY 103-5034 Teleconnect Magazine New York, NY 494-4254 Telephony Magazine Chicago, IL 402-6156 The Kfar Chabad Weekly Mag Tzeirei Chabad ISRAEL 519-6247 Treasury Magazine Treasury Magazi Boston, MA 380-3905 Turbo Magazine Kipp E. Kington Huntington Beac 424-1434 Variety Magazine Variety Magazin Lakebluff IL `PUBLISHING' search MCI ID Name Organization Location 527-0613 A I Publishing A I Publishing Japan 586-1732 American International Pub American Int'l Harrison, NY 471-0440 Axel Springer Japan Publis Tokyo 543-0709 Bloc Publishing Bloc Publishing Coral Gables, F 561-9762 Brana Publishing Brana Publishin Pacific Pal, CA 594-5629 Cardmember Publishing Corp Stamford, CT 531-2388 CFO Publishing Corp. CFO Publishing Boston, MA 583-9841 Clark Publishing Inc. Clark Publishin Lexington, KY 458-2083 Cowles Publishing Company Cowles Publishi Spokane, WA 589-5427 First Image Demand Publish Norcross, GA 572-8673 HHO Publishing HHO Publishing Los Angeles, CA 220-0783 Hitchcock Publishing Co. Hitchcock Publi Carol Stream IL 497-2767 Hortideas Publishing Gravel Switch 581-6677 Indemp Publishing Indemp Publishi Casa Grande, AZ 294-3992 Information Publishing Cor Info Publishing Houston, TX 293-5313 Isthmus Publishing Company Isthmus Publish Madison, WI 422-1911 Kluwer Academic Publishing Kluwer Academic Norwell, MA 266-2543 Kohgaku-Sha Publishing Co. Kohgaku-Sha Pub JAPAN 380-2809 Laurin Publishing Co., Inc Laurin Publishi Pittsfield, MA 583-5230 Linmore Publishing Inc. Linmore Publish Barrington, IL 399-2652 Macmillan Computer Publish Macmillan Compu Carmel, IN 452-8706 Malakoff Publishing Malakoff Publis Shepherdstown 605-4375 Meister Publishing Meister Publish Willoughby, OH 273-9287 M.M. Cole Publishing Co. M.M. Cole Publi Chicago, IL 557-0450 Mondadori Publishing Mondadori Publi New York, NY 294-3756 M&T Publishing Administration Redwood City 292-3754 M&T Publishing Pete May Redwood City 489-8359 Nelson Publishing Nokomis, FL 350-9803 Olympia Publishing, Inc. Olympia Publish Little Rock, AR 332-7597 Phillips Publishing - Potomac, MD 542-5761 Phillips Publishing Phillips Publis Potomac, MD 245-8579 Pinpoint Publishing PINPOINT Publis Glen Ellen, CA 602-7175 Pinpoint Publishing Santa Rosa, CA 533-8478 PRENTICE HALL COMPUTER PUB PRENTICE HALL C CARMEL, IN 297-6976 Roger Wagner Publishing. I Roger Wagner Pu Santee, CA 340-4180 Rush Franklin Publishing Rush Franklin P Douglaston, NY 289-9011 Software Publishing Corpor P.R. Dept. Mt. View 273-0600 Software Publishing Corpor Quarterly Rept. Mt. View CA 264-0158 Software Publishing Corpor Software Publ Mt. View 566-5907 Spencer & Associates Publi Spencer & Assoc Melville, NY 426-7566 Step-By-Step Publishing PEORIA, IL 586-7891 Surburban Publishing Surburban Wayne, PA 493-3568 The Wichita Eagle & Beacon Wichita, KS 581-5678 Troy Publishing Troy Publishing Troy, NY 559-7594 UpClose Publishing El Granola, CA 509-3687 Walsworth Publishing Co., Marcelini, MO 240-3935 West Publishing Company St. Paul Eagan, MN 241-3936 West Publishing Company St. Paul Eagan, MN 242-3940 West Publishing Company St. Paul Eagan, MN 243-3938 West Publishing Company St. Paul Eagan, MN 243-3941 West Publishing Company St. Paul Eagan, MN 244-3942 West Publishing Company St. Paul Eagan, MN 245-3927 West Publishing Company St. Paul Eagan, MN 245-3930 West Publishing Company St. Paul Eagan, MN 246-3928 West Publishing Company St. Paul Eagan, MN 247-3932 West Publishing Company St. Paul Eagan, MN 248-3933 West Publishing Company St. Paul Eagan, MN 249-3918 West Publishing Company St. Paul Eagan, MN 273-5540 West Publishing Company Schoolbooks St. Paul, MN 284-6776 West Publishing Company West Publishing St. Paul, MN 314-0105 West Publishing Company West Services, Seattle, WA 326-8021 West Publishing Company COP-Collections St. Paul, MN 543-3405 Western Publishing Racine, WI 218-4001 WGE Publishing, Inc. Hancock, NH 173-2546 Wordware Publishing, Inc. Wordware Publis Plano, TX 350-2648 Ziff Davis Publishing PC Computing Boston, MA `PRESS' search MCI ID Name Organization Location 597-3297 Capra Press Capra Press Santa Barba, CA 259-0558 Clarity Press, Inc. Atlanta, GA 593-8735 Daily Press Dow Jones & Co, NEWPORT NEWS, V 507-9207 Global Financial Press Global Financia NY, NY 403-1178 Gum Tree Press Cowles Magazine Unionville PA 582-3930 Islamorada Free Press Islamorada Free Islamorada, FL 584-5231 Long & Strider Press Long & Strider Scottsdale, AZ 574-6460 Magnetic Press, Inc. Magnetic Press New York, NY 587-6181 Micro Pro Litera Press Micro Pro Liter San Francis, CA 263-5152 Microsoft Press Redmond, WA 381-5247 New York Press New York Press New York, NY 533-9561 The Mercantile Press, Inc. Mercantile Pres Wilmington, DE 595-4427 TRAPLESS SANDS PRESS TRAPLESS SANDS PALO ALTO, CA 295-9492 University of California P University of C Berkeley, CA 517-0393 Western Computer Press Tualatin, OR 546-5105 Westview Press Boulder, CO (4) A Note to Writers ================= Email submissions have many advantages. In addition to the fast and reliable transmission, the editor may give more rapid turnaround to email inquiries. The opportunity for writer-editor communication and feedback is increased. The ability to find the specific outlet for a particular piece is improved. Also, in comparison to the telephone, people can read their mail whenever they want instead of at random interruptions. They can measure their responses carefully and archive them for future reference. For submissions, the intermediate step of rekeying typewritten text is largely eliminated. Please treat this capability of email submission with the utmost respect. If you abuse it you may jeopardize your own and fellow writer's future opportunities. An editor may decide capriciously that only junk comes in electronically, and ignore or remove the capability. Or, the editor may pay special attention to all the gems of articles that can be discovered and polished there. Always treat the editor with kind regard. If an article is rejected, simply resubmit elsewhere, make changes, or abandon it. The email address is *not* a hotline to flame or harass editors. Whenever you hear of a new address, please inform the author of this list. You do not gain anything by withholding it from your fellow writers. Everyone benefits when the list is thorough and complete. A comprehensive list of outlets encourages competition between them for your writing based on rights and remuneration policies, similar to an electronic Yellow Pages. Also, feel free to approach editors you know about the idea of setting up the service of internet email submission addresses. Tell them that their competitors have set up the system and that there are many potential benefits, perhaps ultimately eliciting improved reader satisfaction and interest.