What is a Cookie?
A cookie is a tiny text file that is stored by your browser when you visit or interact with a particular website. You can manage cookies in your browser. Follow the instructions in your browser's help files.
All of the cookies we use are secure, first-party cookies. We do not use any third-party cookies, which means other websites and services do not track you while you're browsing duotrope.com, and duotrope.com cannot track you after you leave the site.
Our cookies do not expose any of your personal information, such as your name, email address, or password.
- Our essential cookies allow you to log in and help us recognize you from visit to visit. Another of our essential cookies indicates whether you have opted in or opted out of non-essential cookies.
- Our preference-setting cookies allow you to save certain settings, such as your preferred category and some search settings. This type of cookie may also allow you to hide certain alerts and announcements.
- Our statistical cookie gives us an overview of which pages are most popular and how people are referred to the site. This report is for internal use and only includes anonymized and aggregated data.
Opting In: If you live in a country under GDPR (or similar laws), you will have to opt in before we can set any non-essential cookies. This can be done using the "Cookie Consent" banner at the bottom of every page (above the footer). If you don't opt in, we will not set any non-essential cookies, which means that some of your preferences will not be remembered.
Opting Out: You can opt out of our non-essential cookies (see below).