Posts Tagged ‘ stats ’

Small Prestidigitation

Oct 27th, 2010 | By | Category: CG Blog

As I mentioned in a personal blog post yesterday, money is always a concern for Crossed Genres. Now that I’ve run the numbers, even more so. Last year at this time, when we posted about the most unpleasant part of running an SFF magazine, we had a net loss for 2009 of over $1500. At […]



And then they had the nerve to ask, what would I like to be?

Feb 19th, 2010 | By | Category: CG Blog

What a week. Monday was President’s Day, but despite the short work week I feel more exhausted than at the end of a regular week. _________________________________ Over the last few days I’ve been communicating with several people who are testing out various new versions of the magazine. I’m working on making the magazine available in […]



LAST day to preorder the CG anthology! …& more

Nov 29th, 2009 | By | Category: CG Blog

Tomorrow (Monday, November 30) is the Last day to take advantage of the preorder deal for the 1st Crossed Genres anthology! just $9 (plus shipping), and it comes with a free online subscription and a chance to win a copy for your local library! Monday is also the LAST day that issue 1 will be […]



…and it’s not too terribly long

Nov 25th, 2009 | By | Category: CG Blog

It’s 10 minutes to midnight, so this’ll be quick, bullet-points style: Issue 13 is completely done, ready to go. Woo! Going to spend any time I have between now and the end of the month working on the anthology and reading. Lest anyone be misled by my last post, we have not quite reached that […]



The most unpleasant part of running an SF/F magazine

Nov 19th, 2009 | By | Category: CG Blog

When I started writing this blog, it was with the intent of showing what goes into the production of a small science fiction & fantasy magazine. Obviously we don’t have a lock on the only way to do things, but I think the blog has been pretty successful in revealing the day-to-day operations, the long-term […]



Why wait any longer for the world to begin

Nov 17th, 2009 | By | Category: CG Blog

Sorry for the lack of posts. I can say in all honesty that it’s because I have been busting my ass on CG. Yesterday I finalized the print, pdf, Kindle and prc editions of Issue 13. Who’s awesome? That’s right. Actually we have to wait for the proof of the print edition to arrive before […]



he reads to us from something called “Ulysses”

Nov 12th, 2009 | By | Category: CG Blog

So much to tell! First, because I keep forgetting: Crossed Genres passed a couple of pretty amazing milestones this month. We’ve now surpassed 50,000 unique visitors to the site, and 135,000 pageviews, since the day Issue 1 came out. We’ll probably end up between 140k and 145k for our first year. (anyone want to help […]



This is the story of how we begin to remember

Nov 5th, 2009 | By | Category: CG Blog

It’s very hard to struggle back into a rhythm of work after being flung out of it for so long. To anyone who says 5 days isn’t a long time, I say: clearly you have never truly been in this kind of rhythm. But we are clawing our way back to production. We got back […]



Usually Kind To Smaller Man

Oct 5th, 2009 | By | Category: CG Blog

Stats! Now that we’ve closed submissions on our first year of issues, I went and counted up our Fiction submission totals. I found some very interesting things about our Male/Female submission ratios. These numbers disregard submissions that weren’t ever under consideration – i.e. submissions that were too long/too short, or were withdrawn by the writer […]



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