Call for Submissions: Erotic Fiction, Poetry, Art & Photography


Call for Submissions: Erotic Fiction, Poetry, Art & Photography

A Good Woman’s Dirty Mind

In part of my effort in changing my blog into a magazine format, I’m including a section of features called The Art of Erotica. It’s my goal to feature exceptional erotic writers and artists to new audience that may not otherwise be exposed to legitimate talent that some people may find offensive or don’t meet their ideas of community standards – even those who are naked under their clothes, have sex, or enjoy visiting museums or the Vatican.
Erotic Fiction and Poetry Submissions:

I am looking for female- or couples-oriented erotic fiction novels, short stories or poetry. Erotica considered for submission should include a chapter of a novel, one short story of a short story anthology, one published short story, or three poems.

Work that is selected will be given a 100-word description of the book, short story or collection of poetry and a 250-word bio about the author. Both will be provided by the author. Any awards received may be included but may be omitted if they exceed the bio word count.

Stories, chapters and excerpts will be published as they are received for submission.

A photo of the cover of the book is mandatory. A photo of the author is optional.

One link will be provided to purchase the book online and one link will be provided to the author’s website.

Art & Photography Submissions:

I am looking for artistic erotic art (paintings, drawings, photos of sculptures, etc.) and photography. Submissions will include five photographs from the artist’s portfolio. At least one horizontal photograph is highly preferred.

Work that is selected will be given a 350-word bio that will also include an explanation of the medium the artist works in, inspirations and muses that are provided by the artist. Any prominent shows, exhibitions an artist has been in or awards received may be included but may be omitted if they exceed the bio word count.

The five photographs from the artist’s portfolio as submitted for consideration will be published. Discreet (bottom right or left) watermarked photographs that don’t obstruct the photos are preferred for copyright protection.

One link to the artist’s website will be provided. If any of the published photos or works or art are available for sale on another site, one additional link will be provided.

Easy enough? Email all submissions and questions to msquote2@hotmail.com.

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