Site traffic is currently about visits per day, more for special events. We know there are plenty of fabulous manuscripts about unusual topics floating around, but publishing new and unknown writers poses a big risk. We love romance, but recognise not all stories that need to be told include a love element. We publish stories from 3, words and up in several genre categories and eBook formats, as well as audiobooks and translations in four major world languages. They are three years old and seem to be off to a good start. To learn more about the publisher, click on the link in their name to read our full review. There are no redeeming features here, save a few shining gems in an ocean of piss.
5 Queer-Friendly Comics Publishers You Should Know
I don't have the site address yet; when I Googled it I got over nine million responses, so the correct one is surely there, but I lack the time to check them all. This strikes me as mischief. With the Feminist Press approaching its 40th anniversary and Alyson, along with Cleis Press, celebrating 30 years in , these stalwarts of gay and feminist publishing are moving forward with energy and creative vision. Some of the publishers only publish romance, but many are also open to erotica. Electronic and print publisher, said to be responsive.
Piers Anthony's Internet Publishing
HiPiers received an email on this, and there does not seem to be a Web site, just the email address, so I have not checked it. Back in good order now. We will give readers the books they cRAVE. But they are still there, with no hint of a problem on their site. The site is there in good order, selling books, but I found no indication they want submissions.
The site remains, so maybe they got their money. They are there, but seem to be a generalized search site that does including publishing. They were formed in mid by two authors, one a ;New Zealander, one English, to provide publishing services, particularly to brand new authors, because both founders had enormous difficulty getting accepted by existing publishers. So it may not be as good a deal as first appears. I received a report from a writer who used this Survey to try several publishers, and in due course settled on this one, and is highly pleased. So that's my personal experience, which may not be typical; I suspect that established erotica authors sell more, and unknowns less. The best way to describe this "book" is as excrement passed through the roiling bowels of the Internet, somehow finding its way into your house like a backed up toilet.