05 June 2011

AfterDark Online Seeks LGBT Stories in Celebration of Pride Month

Post date: 05 June 2011
June is Pride Month. AfterDark Online, a free er0tic website for those who appreciate reading and publishing er0tic stories, is looking for story submissions that contain m/m, f/f, bisexual, and trans characters/ elements.


AfterDark Online welcomes authors to submit their er0tica to us. However, we would like to offer some guidance for submission. Please note that all works created are copyrighted to the author. AfterDark Online will not forward materials to members of a third party who wish to use the material for their publications, unless we have permission of the author.

While AfterDark Online does provide a wide variety of genre for story submissions, it's purpose is to publish well-written er0tic stories, not p0rnography. Although, we allow s3x acts to be written descriptively, and it's fine to have physical description of their bodies to be published; however, p0rnography does not include a story plots, and well-developed characters that are understood and motivated by their actions, with s3x scenes that moves along with the story.

You will be notified should your story be rejected.

AfterDark Online requires story submissions to be a minimum of two pages. There is no maximum limit of pages at this time, but we advise you create a series should your story submission becomes very long. Poetry submission are not required to this rule.

For word counting assistance, please follow this link: Word Count Tool

Please add a synopsis of your publication for review. If it is a series please let us know.

AfterDark Online proof reads for grammatical mistakes and most importantly the kind of er0tica submitted, to ensure the kind of themes that are sent are acceptable. We will not change the content of the story if there are too many grammatical errors. We will return the story to the author for amendment.

Contact Information:

For inquiries: click here

For submissions: click here

Website: http://www.afterdark-online.com/
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