Sharpen your pencils! NineStar wants your paranormal short stories featuring lesbians and bi women—stat! They should fall into the paranormal romance or paranormal erotica genres. The deadline for this call for submissions is this Friday, March 31.
Submission Call — Lesbian/Bi Paranormal Anthology
NineStar Press is seeking submissions for a lesbian paranormal―werewolves, vampires, mythical creatures―anthology. … The anthology will be published in summer, 2017. …
Length: 5-12k words for each submission, though longer will be considered. The anthology will be capped at approximately 100K words.
Heat: Sweet (no sex or “fade-to-black”) through to fully erotic—super hot; scorching.
Content: The story must have an FF or FFF pairing. Both HEA and HFN are acceptable. …
Standalone stories or part of a series are considered. …
What to do:
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following:
Subject line: SUBMISSION-FF Paranormal: [Title], [Author Name]
- Category (romance fiction, erotica short)
- Pairing must be FF/FFF for this anthology; please include any relevant info such as trans characters, ace, genderfluid, etc.
- If it’s been previously published or previously self-published
- A short description of the story (three paragraphs max)
- Previous credits, if any
If you have any questions prior to submission, please email the question(s) to the submissions email address.
For more details on desired content and formatting, visit Submissions – NineStar Press.
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