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Thread: Modern Dog Magazine

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    Leowriter
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    Modern Dog Magazine

    Note: Modern Dog may not be the most favorable place to send a query. Sounds like they might just take your idea and run!

    SUBMISSIONS:
    While we value your feedback, Modern Dog cannot accept, consider, or pay for unsolicited creative ideas or materials submitted by e-mail or otherwise. If you do submit any ideas or materials, you waive any claims with respect to your submission. Our Writer’s Guidelines are currently in the works and will be available online as soon as they are complete. Thank you for your interest in Modern Dog.

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    Re: Magazine writers

    Hi, Leo,

    I hope everybody reads that posting carefully before submitting to Modern Dog. :smack

    Thanks, and welcome to the boards! :welc

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    Leowriter
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    Re: Magazine writers

    Thanks for the welcome Anne. I've actually been hanging around looking over everyone's shoulder for a while now--I've just not posted much.

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    Modern Dog

    That sounds very much like "not open for submissions."
    Last edited by James D. Macdonald; 07-31-2005 at 03:09 AM.

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    rich
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    I'm still wondering about the modern dog concept.

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    Quote Originally Posted by James D. Macdonald
    That sounds very much like "not open for submissions."
    I agree...and am wondering why they'll bother posting Writer's Guidelines on the site.
    Rose

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    Is there a magazine for old-fashioned dogs?

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    rich
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    I'm afraid we humans decide on what a dog should be. As a kid I knew dogs to be quite loose and social. That's changed. For better or worse we humans change them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vomaxx
    Is there a magazine for old-fashioned dogs?
    I think old-fashioned dogs are called "wolves" and "foxes."
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    http://www.moderndogmagazine.com/index.html

    "The lifestyle magazine for urban dogs and their companions"

    Guidelines have yet to appear.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaoPaux View Post
    Guidelines have yet to appear.
    Come on, it's only been 3 years or so. Give them time. :

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    Updating link: http://www.moderndogmagazine.com/ (still no sub guidelines )
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    Sheesh. 8 years later and still no guidelines! I know that some editors are slow but...

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