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New Historical Fiction Webzine

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c.rector
Newbie
Currently reading: Hanging Judge by Elmer Kelton
Interest in HF: My father who grew up in South Dakota during the 1920's and 1930's and who personally met a number of real-life cowboys.

Westerns and stories about pirates.
Favorite HF book: Beat to Quarters by C.S Forester
Preferred HF: Westerns 19th Century America
Location: Woodstock, IL

New Historical Fiction Webzine

Postby c.rector » Thu September 6th, 2018, 4:53 am

Hello, I'm the editor of a new webzine publishing both historical fact & fiction called The Magazine of History & Fiction. Its Writer's Guidelines are as follows:

If you want to write for the Magazine of History & Fiction, please send email submissions to crectorAThistoryandfictionDOTcom, with a maximum length of 25,000 words. For now, the same length requirement applies to fiction submissions as well. No poetry or artwork, please. Any text format is fine. The same goes if you want to submit your work in the form of text in the email or as an attachment. There is no payment other than the exposure that you will get as a writer. Of course, Letters of Comment are always welcome. Material not written or produced by the Editor/Publisher is printed by permission of the various writers and artists and is copyright by them and remains their sole property and reverts to them after publication.

P. S.: Given that there appear to be problems with the H & F email account, it would be appreciated if you were to send in any submissions using my personal account crectorATgmailDOTcom on the CC line.

Thank you all for your kind consideration.

Charles Rector, Editor

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