Harley Easton is a fun editor to work with and she’s got a call open for a new anthology called Working It! – Sex on the Job, to be published by feminist erotica imprint Sincyr Publishing. She’s looking for stories of 3000-8000 words, any pairing, with a deadline of May 31, 2017. Payment is in royalties. More details:
White collar. Blue collar. It doesn’t matter what collar you’re wearing once the shirts come off. I’m looking for sexy situations that happen on the job. Ideally, this anthology will be split between white collar and blue collar so I want stories about lawyers and bankers right next to ones about janitors and warehouse workers. …
I’m looking for more than just a rough sex scene. Stories selected for this anthology will need sensuality and depth. Make sure your story has, well, a story. SinCyr Publishing was established to offer readers sexy stories with relatable characters facing real problems. Focus on sex-positive characters and storylines that showcase healthy sex practices, including consent. Sexual harassment in the workplace is unacceptable, so your characters need to agree they both want this.
Character diversity is encouraged. Write people of all different shapes, sizes, races, genders, and orientations. Be creative. Give your characters backgrounds and dialogue that move the plot forward.
Find complete details and formatting guidelines here: Working It.
And here’s where to find more calls for submissions.
About Submission Calls
Browse more submission calls or tips for writers. You can sort calls by payment rate: token, semi-professional, professional, or royalties. To get a weekly roundup of all my posts for writers, sign up here.
This blog is queer-friendly. I strive to ensure that all submission calls I post are open to works with queer/LGBTQIA characters and themes. I do this by checking the publisher's back catalog, submissions policies, or business practices, or by communicating with the publisher directly.
Please contact the publisher through the links in the post if you have questions about a submission call. Contact me if you've had a bad experience with a publisher featured here.
If you find these posts helpful, you can help keep this blog running by buying me a coffee or becoming a monthly patron via Patreon. Patrons can get early access to submission calls and other tools for furthering their writing careers.