Submission call: Mischief Corner Books wants LGBTQ+ sci-fi romances Submit anytime; pays royalties.

Mischief Corner Books wants LGBTQ+ sci-fi romance novels and novellas for its Lost in the Stars book line. The editors write:

Space ships. Alternative realities with faster than light travel. Time machines. Worm holes. A world thriving after a nuclear holocaust. Our Lost in the Stars line is our beacon for the future, where science fiction gives us hope and a way forward in turbulent times. Innovation. Technology. The Stars. All of them give us hope for a better tomorrow. Sometimes, though, there are those who would want to strip us of everything we fought for. Our heroes push on despite the odds and overcome the obstacles laid out before them to obtain their desires and each other.

Submitting to Lost in the Stars book line

  • Publisher: Mischief Corner Books
  • Publication: Lost in the Stars book line
  • Publication type: ebook; novels may also appear in paperback or audiobook
  • Word count: at least 40,000 words
  • Payment: Royalties
  • Rights the publisher asks for: 3-year exclusive contract
  • Deadline: no deadline
  • Response time: “You should receive an automatic notice letting you know we have received your submission.”
  • Format: “Format your documents (*.doc or *.docx files only) as follows: Author Name/Title/Page # upper right hand corner, 12 pt [Times New Roman], 1″ margin, 1.5 spacing, .25 paragraph indent – no spacing or tabs please.”
  • Will they take simultaneous submissions? No.
  • Will they take multiple submissions? No. Read more about multiple and simultaneous submissions.
  • Will they take reprints? No.
  • Who to contact with questions:
  • Additional notes: “Romance first! But we want a nice genre plot too.”

Find more details at House Lines | Mischief Corner Books, and don’t forget to tell them you found their submission call here!

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