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Call for Submissions!! Chica Press’s Best Lesbian Erotica 2012

Posted By QWOC+ Boston on February 19th, 2011

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

Do you love to write erotica? Have you ever thought about publishing your work? Chica Press is looking for erotica in the form of short stories and poems to be published on our Web site, some of which will be chosen for publication in Chica Press’s Best Lesbian Erotica 2012.

Please send your short story (no more than one) or poem/s (no more than three) as a Word doc attachment to chicapressonline@gmail.com, with the word “submission” in the subject line. In the body of your e-mail, please provide a short bio, complete publishing history (if any), and all pen names in use.

Formatting of manuscript: Please use Times New Roman in 12-point size.
Do not include any special headers and footers on manuscript pages
such as title, author name, or chapter/section or page number. Please
use Microsoft Word as your word-processing program. One-inch margins
on all sides are required. All pages of a manuscript must be double
spaced. Please use only ONE SPACE between sentences and words.

Chica Press will respond to all proposals or queries in as timely a
manner as possible. Please be patient while awaiting a reply.


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