Thursday, June 21, 2007

[NEW MARKET] Intrepid E-Press

Submission Guidelines
Intrepid E-Press is currently acquiring manuscripts for e-publication.

Cotton Panties - The bedroom door is open and the room is warm. But no graphic language and euphemisms instead of graphic names for body parts are encouraged.
Silk Panties - Add a little heat to cotton panties and you have the silk panties line.
Thongs - Erotica but keep in mind that the underlying theme must be the relationship between your main characters.
Glow in the Dark Panties - Romantic Science Fiction
Fringed Panties: Western Romance
Leather Panties - Dominant/submissive, handcuffs, whips, etc.

Acceptable lengths are from 2,000 words (shorts) to 100,000 words (novel length).

For submissions greater than 20,000 words, please query with a synopsis. For shorts, feel free to send the submission in the body of an email.

Please don't send stories depicting rape as titillation, bestiality, bodily functions, incest, underage participants or illegal activity.

In your email, please list your publishing history, if any. However, we do accept new authors. Also, please list ways that you plan to help market your stories.

Formatting Guidelines:
12 pt font
1 inch margins
Author Name/Title/Page number in the header

If you have questions, feel free to ask before submitting your query.


veinglory said...

Also I see a 'gay/lesban' category. What, no panties?

Phaze Books said...

rainbow panties?

Barbara Sheridan said...

Is it me or do other writers feel as aggravated as I do when a new e-press puts out the submission call/announces it's presence but has nothing on their website about who they are and what their background is to run this company?

veinglory said...

Also the categories have changed again. Looks like it opened to subs a tad early?

Barbara Sheridan said...

First impressions are important and this company is not making a very good one. *sigh*

Anonymous said...

Can anyone say "fly by night"?

Dionne Galace said...

oh, hey, the website's gone!

veinglory said...

I guess the flew. Is that a record?