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CG Magazine 2.0 submission guidelines

Jul 20th, 2012 | By | Category: News & Announcements

The new pro-rate CG Magazine 2.0 will begin accepting submissions on August 1. Submission guidelines are now available on the website! The basics: Word count: 1000-6000 (FIRM) Pay rate: 5 cents per word Important: Must COMBINE the current month’s theme with some aspect of science fiction and/or fantasy For more details, including the themes for […]



Only 3 hours left to our Kickstarter deals! (2pm EDT)

Jun 22nd, 2012 | By | Category: CG Blog

Our amazingly successful Kickstarter ends at 5PM EDT TODAY, Friday, June 22! That means there are just 3 hours remaining to take advantage of the bargains you can get from pledging! ANY pledge of $25 or more gets a FREE YEAR of ebooks of CG Magazine, to be resurrected in 2013 paying pro rates! $25: […]



What paying pro rates means to me (or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Kickstarter)

Jun 21st, 2012 | By | Category: CG Blog

(Originally posted by CG Editor Bart Leib on his personal blog.) “A chance to pay pro rates means more to me than I thought it did before it looked like it might happen.” -@metafrantic kck.st/O4nEV2 — Crossed Genres (@crossedgenres) June 21, 2012 I realized after posting this that it probably didn’t make a whole lot […]



CG Kickstarter: It’s GO time! Pro rates are in sight!

Jun 18th, 2012 | By | Category: CG Blog

Thanks to some generous new pledges and pledge increases over the weekend, the CG Kickstarter jumped up more than $1000! We’re now at $9,820: Just $180 shy of 5 digits and OVER 70% OF THE WAY to our stretch goal so CG Magazine can pay pro rates! We still need another $4,180 to reach the […]



Leveling up Crossed Genres Magazine!

Jun 11th, 2012 | By | Category: CG Blog

There are eleven days left to our Kickstarter, and we’ve passed our original goal, saving CG! We ALSO passed our first stretch goal, resurrecting CG Magazine! Now, it’s time for stretch goal #2! We asked people to comment on what they thought the next stretch goal should be. The consensus was that we should aim […]