Q. Is Newgrave "OUT OF BUSINESS"?
A. No..... well.... Yes and No.... ok NO.... Here's the
deal, Newgrave is still selling any remaining back issues and overprint copies that are
left, and will do so until they are no longer available. As for publishing any new
issues... well, there are no immediate plans to produce a new issue. However, there
are some plans to do some promotion, fashion, design, and things of that nature under the
"Newgrave" name, so stay tuned.
Q. Does Newgrave offer subscriptions?
Q. Where can I buy Newgrave?
A. Our major distributors are Tower Records, Hot Topic and
Q. Why is Newgrave only available for FREE in the Los
A. First of all you cheap bastard, the cover price is only
$2.99 (with issue 5 the price went up to $4.99; still one hell of a deal). Secondly, Los
Angeles is where Newgrave is based and that is where it is most convenient and cost
effective to distribute for free. Thirdly, we have to make our money somehow; in case you
weren't aware, printing a magazine ain't cheap.
Q. Did you get that CD/ART/PHOTO/ETC, that I sent you?
A. Maybe I did and maybe I didn't, but most likely I did.
Don't expect a response to every piece of promotional material that you send. Matter
of fact, don't expect a response to anything.
Q. When is the next Newgrave going to be out?
A. Whenever I get it finished and back from the printer.
Keep checking the web site for all the latest information.
Q. If I were to write an article or review for Newgrave,
who would own the rights?
A. All written submissions to Newgrave become property of
Newgrave. I'm not an Asshole, but at the same time I need to insure that the content of
this magazine stays exclusive to Newgrave. If at some point you would like to reprint the
article in a book, or on a webpage, or perhaps later on down the road in another magazine,
then you should contact me first. Most likely I will grant you permission.
Q. If I were to submit Art or Photography to Newgrave who
would own the rights?
A. Unless I have made some sort of previous arrangement,
the artist/photographer will own the rights to their work.
Q. Do you accept Poetry submissions?
Q. Are you still accepting CD reviews?
Q. How come you never reply to my e-mails?
A. Because I'm too busy. Get over it.... It's nothing