22 May 2011

Call for GLBTWQ submissions for Forthcoming Military Er0tica Book (edited by PW Covington)

Post date: 22 May 2011
Publisher/Editor of forthcoming book will be accepting submissions of intelligent, substantive Er0tica written by those that have served in the military. This project is welcoming of all s3xual lifestyles and is GLBTQ friendly. Submissions should be 3000-8000 words, and show intelligence, insight, and somehow address how service in wartime has altered or affected the protagonist's and/or characters s3xual and emotional selves. We are not looking for simply written "p0rn" with uniforms; but in-depth, compelling work that has something to say along with the er0tic. A small amount of poetry and original art will be included in the book; which will be distributed through and sold on Amazon and other online retailers. Individual contributors would retain all license and permissions for their work, and would encouraged to develop their own distribution, retail, and literary sales outlets.

For more information or to submit work respond now. New, unpublished writers preferred.

PW Covington, disabled combat Veteran, and writer of the critically acclaimed collection of military/Veteran-themed poetry and art "Like the Prayers of an Infidel..." (Hercules Press, 2010), is interested in working as a publisher and editor with new writers that have themselves served in the military, preferably in forward location, preferably in Combat. This will be a collection of Er0tica addressing adjustment after return from service from an Er0tic/s3xual point of view. Pen names are suitable for use in the final edition of the book, but all writers must be willing to have their service verified (DD214 or VA documents).

Location: TX based Editor/Publisher

Compensation: payment in copies, writers retain all rights


Contact Information:

For inquiries: gigs-mxq3a-2394299061@craigslist.org

For submissions: gigs-mxq3a-2394299061@craigslist.org
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