Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Writer's Call Wednesday: LONG deadline

I have posted a lot of links here for antho calls and I was talking with one of my writer friends about a collection I thought she should submit to; and she said,

"Well, I'll see, but it's a pretty tight deadline."
I looked at the call again, counted days, and said "It's over a month away..."

"That's a tight deadline for ME." (Keeping in mind that she has 2 kids, a soon-to-be ex-husband, a boyfriend, two different editing jobs... and I start thinking she's right...)

So here's a deadline for January NEXT YEAR. Obviously, no one has to submit for it... but if you chose to do so, you've got plenty of time...

Due to the success of Smut in the City, Lucy Felthouse and Kevin Mitnik are pleased to announce that they’re putting together a spin-off anthology, with a Sapphic theme.

Smut in the City: Sapphic Edition will be a collection of lesbian erotica with an urban/city feel edited by Lucy Felthouse and Kevin Mitnik.

The Smut in the City: Sapphic Edition anthology will feature stories from a variety of genres, but they must have that overall “city” feel, either in location or style. Think sex in or around famous tourist attractions, on top of skyscrapers, on the underground or subway, in city centre fountains and so on. But be aware all of those examples have already been done in the original anthology, so be unique!
Read Smut by the Sea Volumes 1 and 2, Smut in the City and Smut Alfresco to get an idea of what we like. If you’d like some clarification before submitting your story then please contact us.


  • Submission deadline: 1st Jan 2104
  • Genres: Any
  • Theme: Sapphic
  • Pairings: F/F (multiples accepted)
  • Word count: 3,000 – 6,000
Need some clarification before submitting? Please Contact Us


Royalties will be split 40% of the net profits with contributing authors, exact values will be given once we know how many stories will be in the final anthology. Royalties will be paid to each contributor once their share reaches a minimum threshold of £20.

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