GANYMEDE: Gay Men's Culture from New York 3

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About

GANYMEDE: Gay Men's Culture from New York, a literary/art print journal by and for gay men published quarterly in New York as a paperback book. Edmund White on writing gay...David Sedaris on loving his man...Daniel Mendelsohn translates Cavafy's gay poems...rare works by Oscar Wilde, Robert Louis Stevenson, Glenway Wescott, Denton Welch, Bruce Nugent...debuts of edgy, talented gay poets and fiction writers...crisp, punchy essays and reviews...striking portfolios of cutting-edge gay photographers from around the world.

GANYMEDE: Gay Men's Culture from New YorkUnited States

Genres, Styles & Subjects

GGeneral 
 Styles:Literary.
 Poetry Forms:Open to all/most Forms.
 Subjects:GLBTQ.

Types & Lengths

PPoemno line limits known
SShort Story1000 - 4000 words

Media & Publication Frequency

PPrint PublicationPublished 4 x per year

Payscale

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FShort fictionN No monetary payment.
PPoetryN No monetary payment.

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  Electronic SubsPostal SubsReprintsMultiple SubsSimultaneous Subs
FFiction OK No No No OK
PPoetry OK No No OK OK

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Dates

Date Added:
26 Jun 2009
Last Updated:
13 Jul 2010