I'm in the process of revising our submissions guidelines, and given the great answers to my question about dialogue, I thought I would throw out another question to our very smart commenters. As a group, you always manage to give me something new to ponder, and I appreciate that so much.
So here's my question. What do you look for when you read submission guidelines?
There are some obvious things, I think, such as information about the lines we publish, word count, and so forth. Then there are the details about how to submit -- how many pages, submissions address, what contact information we require, and so on.
I'm going to create an FAQ section, too. We'll include information about turnaround time, advances, and other little quirks we have (such as the publisher's ban on first-person point of view).
What else do you look for in submissions guidelines? Or, as they say in the movies, help me help you!