Friday, February 02, 2007

Don't Ask, Don't Tie Me Up: Military BDSM Fantasies

Military men in uniform fulfill a dream for many, and military men in BDSM scenes fulfill even more erotic fantasies. Is it true what they say about Marines? Is the Army really looking for a few good men or just a few obedient ones? Can anything top the U.S. Air Force? Does the U.S. Navy need more seamen? How does the U.S. Coast Guard defend the homeland from penetration? Boot camp and basic training create men who are disciplined and respect authority. Recruits know the meaning of "Sir, yes, sir." Whether Daddy or boy, dominant or submissive, military men have it
all and are best equipped for BDSM fantasies, Master/slave relationships, role-playing, and muscle worship.

I am seeking well-written, believable and accurate stories that are erotic, not just pornographic. I am interested in military men who are rewarded for their bravery, talents and skills and disciplined when they do not follow orders. They fulfill the needs of their "Sirs" and take care of their "boys."

NOTE: If you are not knowledgeable in the world of BDSM, Master/slave, Daddy/boy, military, uniform, role-playing, or muscle worship scenarios, please do not submit a story. Two experts in Military/BDSM scenes (one is ex-military, and both are BDSM masters and trainers) will be
consulted to determine if stories accurately and believably portray what we want for "Don't Ask, Don't Tie Me Up - Military BDSM Fantasies."

I want well-developed characters and plots, believable and accurate situations, and settings, along with internal consistency. Humor is greatly appreciated. All characters must be over 18 years of age.

We are also open to accepting original art work or comics strips.

Feel free to query me about the thinking you may have about a story for this anthology at eric@starbookspress.com

Guidelines:

Submit your query to eric@starbookspress.com in the body of an email - no attachments please.

Include a short bio, your name, postal and e-mail addresses and a 5 paragraph excerpt of your story. Indicate whether or not your submission has been previously published and, if so, where
and when. You don't need to sell your story in the letter; your work will speak for itself.

If your query is accepted, I will be in contact with you about submitting the complete work.

The end product should be no more than 8 pages of single spaced 12 pt. type. Be sure your query has been proofed and edited. Sloppy submissions and poorly written stories will not be considered.

Editor Eric Summers
Publisher: Starbooks Press
Deadline: September 15, 2007

For more info, see here.

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