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Editor Interview: Rymfire eBooks BETA

Q: Describe what you publish in 25 characters or less.

A: Horror and Fantasy

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Q: What other current publications (or publishers) do you admire most?

A: So many good ones to name... I deal with so many other small presses as both a writer and an editor, and they all bring something great to the table

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Q: If you publish writing, who are your favorite writers? If you publish art, who are your favorite artists?

A: We love Horror authors like Brian Keene, John Everson, Douglas Clegg, Ramsey Campbell, Michael Laimo, Richard Laymon, etc.

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Q: What sets your publication apart from others that publish similar material?

A: We specialize in eBooks only, with anthologies and novellas as our primary focus

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Q: What is the best advice you can give people who are considering submitting work to your publication?

A: To follow the simple guidelines on the website, and give us your best work

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Q: Describe the ideal submission.

A: Well-written, no glaring mistakes (spelling, word usage) and a first-sentence grab that doesn't let go until the end

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Q: What do submitters most often get wrong about your submissions process?

A: Not following the word counts, submitting too early, not giving us the information we need in the subject line for the anthologies, and stories that have nothing to do with the theme

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Q: How much do you want to know about the person submitting to you?

A: a short bio beforehand is acceptable, but don't try to sell yourself... let your work do that for you

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Q: If you publish writing, how much of a piece do you read before making the decision to reject it?

A: I try to get through at least four pages of the story, but you usually know from the fist paragraph whether or not it is worth continuing

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Q: What additional evaluations, if any, does a piece go through before it is accepted?

A: we have 2-3 eyes on the story, and we all get a vote on each... so far we've unanimously picked the stories accepted

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Q: What is a day in the life of an editor like for you?

A: getting the cyber-slushpile down to a minimum and finding that one or two gems in the pile

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Q: How important do you feel it is for publishers to embrace modern technologies?

A: we are an eBook publisher, and we love all of the technology coming out, trying to be in the forefront of the movement if possible

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