Where to submit erotic writing

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Erotic fiction has been around for centuries but, in recent years, has enjoyed a surge in popularity. Though both deal heavily with the subject of sex, pornography and erotica are two different animals. Erotica follows the basic rules of writing in that there must be interesting characters and a plot surrounding the sexual elements. Porn, on the other hand, deals strictly with the act itself. It is important to know the difference therefore immerse yourself in the writing of published erotica authors such as Katy Terretaga and Erica Jong.

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Cleis Press is an independent US-based publishing company that specializes in producing works of romance and erotica for all sexual preferences. Cleis Press is currently accepting book proposals via email or regular mail. They are primarily interested in working with authors of literary fiction, romance, erotica, sex guides, memoirs, and LGBTQ studies. If you believe your book would be a good fit with Cleis Press, be sure to review their submission guidelines before sending your work in for consideration. With their first release in , The Wild Rose Press is an independent publishing company that produces books is both eBook and traditional print formats.

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The most important advice I can give you is to read and follow the guidelines. That could be an unusual take on a theme, such as a story I published in my anthology The Mile High Club: Plane Sex Stories , about someone who walks on the wings of planes. Or it could simply be a way of telling the story or plotline I never could have anticipated. My biggest job as an anthology editor is to keep readers engaged for 20 to 25 stories, even when all the stories touch on the same theme. At its heart, erotica is about people, and I look for stories with characters who are vivid and memorable, who make me want to know more about them, who I could imagine reading a whole book about.
We know different stuff turns different people on or off, as the case may be. We plan to explore along with our readership. You will not find every flavor of eroticism here, but our goal is to present stories that entice—both mentally and physically.