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Pen and Kink Publishing and our anthology editors welcome submissions from writers of all backgrounds (including, but not limited to, race, color, religion, gender/gender expression, age, disability, and national origin), and are always looking for submissions with diverse characters.

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Blog posts and up-to-the-minute news about all our calls for submissions:

Ravenous Slush Update

Hi everyone - Ariel Jade here again. We're into the last month our submission window is open, and I'm here to give a quick update. December was slow, but once we hit the new year, my inbox started seeing some action. I'm usually responding within 1-3 days, but keep an...

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Announcing Ravenous

Triskaidekaphilia is the love of the number thirteen. It's also the name of our anthology series which explores the more shadowy corners of romance and erotica. We are incredibly excited to announce the second book in the series--Ravenous--which will be edited by...

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Legendary is open to submissions

Legendary, an anthology of urban legend romance, is open to submissions today. To celebrate we thought you might like a peek at what is on editor Laura Harvey's wishlist 🙂 I love Things That Go Bump In The Night, and I can't wait for some new re-tellings of classic...

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Announcing: Pen and Kink Publishing

We are proud to announce the opening of Pen and Kink Publishing. Pen and Kink Publishing was originally intended to exclusively publish the work of Cori Vidae but when the intended publisher of two anthologies she had in process pulled their support of those titles,...

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