|If you have any comments or queries please fill in this form or contact sue directly at: email@example.com||
When does Folly come out?
Folly appears three times a year, generally in April, August and December, although the exact dates are subject to the whims of Fate and editorial inefficiency.
What's your review policy?
We WON'T review anything else, so please don't send us books which don't fit into those two categories - they'll simply go to the nearest charity shop.
Where should I send review copies?
Please send review copies to Sue.
Who writes the articles? And are they paid?
Articles are written by suscribers (unpaid, alas!).
What are the articles about?
Articles reflect the breadth of readers' interest: the only criteria are:
What length should articles be?
Any length: if they're more than about 3,000 words, they'll probably be split over two or more issues, but there's no upper or lower limit.
Do you accept articles or stories from non-subscribers?
I've become a subscriber! How do I send you my magnum opus?
The easiest method from our point of view is by email, as a Word attachment. But we can also accept:
The one thing we can't cope with is Works, which none of Sue's computers can read.
What about illustrations?
Generally speaking, Sue will find illustrations. However, if you'd like specific illustrations to accompany the article, send them to Sue either as hard copy or as TIFF images (for some reason, the computer she normally uses resents JPEG and refuses to save them).
When will my article appear?
We're so glad you asked us that...
It depends on:
What on earth is an 'deadline piece'?
Something which is deadlined (duh!). Obituaries, reviews and notices of forthcoming events are the most common deadline pieces.
What do you mean, 'Sue loses it'?
Oh, sorry - did we say 'loses it'? Of course we didn't mean that. Never happens. Not ever. And if it does, Sue always apologises really beautifully in the Editorial. You couldn't want a humbler, more breast-beating apology, honest. A work of art.