Submission Call: SynCyr Publishing seeks short romances for Queers in Kilts Due April 30, 2019, pays 60% of net royalties split between authors

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SynCyr Publishing wants short romance stories for the upcoming anthology Queers in Kilts. The editors write:

We’re looking for romantic stories with queer identifying characters in kilts! We want well-written stories with good plots, healthy relationships, and engaging characters. If there are sexual scenes, there must be clear consent. Otherwise, this is a fairly open anthology. As long as there is romance, kilts, and queers!

Submitting to Queers in Kilts

  • Publisher: SynCyr Publishing
  • Publication: Queers in Kilts
  • Publication type: anthology
  • Editor: Sienna Saint-Cyr
  • Word count: 3000-7000 words
  • Payment: 60% of net royalties split between authors
  • Rights the publisher asks for: not specified
  • Deadline: April 30, 2019
  • Publication date: not specified
  • Response time: not specified
  • Format: Microsoft Word or Rich Text Format document. Use Times New Roman 12pt font. Use double spacing, with no extra line between paragraphs. Also, “Do not hit the ‘tab’ key to indent paragraphs. Use Word’s margins/ruler to indent.”
  • Will they take simultaneous submissions? Not specified.
  • Will they take multiple submissions? No. Read more about multiple and simultaneous submissions.
  • Will they take reprints? Not specified.
  • Additional notes: Any gender pairing is acceptable, as long as at least one of the characters in the pairing identifies as queer. Stories should be sex- and body-positive.

Find more details at Open Calls | SinCyr Publishing, and don’t forget to tell them you found their submission call here!

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