It’s been a couple months since I’ve posted a Rainbow Snippet, but I decided to get back in the action for a new anthology release coming up in October. Ravenous from Pen & Kink Publishing is an anthology of vampire erotica due out on Friday, October 13, and it includes my story “Sweeter than Blood,” about a fledgling vampire who becomes enthralled with one of the customers at his barbershop. … Read more
The erotic vampire anthology Ravenous comes out on Friday, October 13th. Check out this post for details. … Read more
Romance author Valerie Ullmer provides fiction writers with practical tips on creating memorable characters & story arcs. Includes resources and downloadable worksheets. … Read more
Genre author Nicki J. Marcus has some great advice for fiction writers on stepping back from your inner critic and assessing your work objectively. … Read more
Have you written a short story about a ghost on drugs? Or something that’s pretty close? Then Hy Bender and Will Paoletto want to read it for their aptly titled anthology Ghosts on Drugs. Pays 15 cents a word for the first 2,500 words and 6 cents a word after, plus royalties. … Read more
Plenitude is a Canadian literary magazine featuring non-genre short stories, novel excerpts, non-fiction, and poetry from LGBTTQI artists. It “aims to complicate expressions of queerness through the publication of diverse, sophisticated literary writing, graphic narrative and short film, from the very subtle to the brash and unrelenting.”
Pays $25–$60. … Read more
Developmental editing takes a look at the big picture, rather than the nitty-gritty of word choice and grammar. It’s the first type of editing any story should go through. Annetta offers great advice on specific things to ask yourself and where to start: your first chapter.