I’ve had a great experience working with Sexy Little Pages. Royalty reports come like clockwork, and they start paying out on earnings as soon as they hit £10 (ten British pounds sterling), while other publishers typically wait until $50 or £50. And this call sounds like a lot of fun.
Corrupted, edited by Charlie Powell
Submission Deadline: 2nd May 2017
Word Count: 2,500-4,000
Heat Level: Any, but explicit content required
Since the beginning of time, everything that has promised to liberate women has also been accused of corrupting them. Think suffrage, trousers, the pill, the internet, feminism, learning to drive, owning a house, having a bank account, working… Or, more recently, alcohol consumption and selfie culture.
I’m looking for fresh and sexy takes on these issues, along with anything else that women have been criticised for doing.
Your story can have any number of people or pairings. Contemporary stories are preferred, but I’ll consider excellent historical tales, too. Most importantly, I want real characters covering a whole range of genders, abilities, sexualities, sizes and races. I’d much rather have interesting characters than perfect ones
Your story can be as vanilla or kinky as you like, but happy endings are NOT required. …
Submit your original stories to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “Corrupted Anthology” by 2nd May 2017. Microsoft Word .doc or .docx files only, 12pt Times New Roman.
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