{Submissions} Lez Talk: A Collection of Black Lesbian Short Fiction

Lez Talk: A Collection of Black Lesbian Short Fiction embraces the fullness of Black lesbian experiences— conveying how richly emotional, loving, passionate, adventurous, and talented we are. The editors seeks stories that: cross a range of fictional genres (e.g. romance, speculative, mystery, humor, horror, coming-of-age) merge the themes of Black and lesbian; affirm the interconnectedness … More {Submissions} Lez Talk: A Collection of Black Lesbian Short Fiction

{Submissions} At the Table Too! Words of Faith, Affirmation, and Inspiration for Young LGBTQi Believers of Color

At the Table Too! Words of Faith, Affirmation, and Inspiration for Young LGBTQi Believers of Color Please accept this invitation to contribute to At the Table Too! Words of Faith, Affirmation, and Inspiration for Young LGBTQI Believers of Color, scheduled for release spring/summer 2015 by Glover Lane Press. This anthology is the second installment of … More {Submissions} At the Table Too! Words of Faith, Affirmation, and Inspiration for Young LGBTQi Believers of Color

{Submission} “Cum Just As You Are: Spiritual and Religious Erotica”

Edited by Rev. Melissa L. Smithee Published by Glover Lane Press   Spirituality, the religious communities in which we practice our faith, and sexuality are inseparable. When used and practiced in life-giving ways, spirituality cracks open our sensual and sexual connections, making sex and relationships saturated with Holy Moments. The same is true with sexuality. … More {Submission} “Cum Just As You Are: Spiritual and Religious Erotica”

Between The Lines: Calling All Young SGL Males

As part of his youth motivational books series, author/life skills counselor Kahlil Koromantee’s next project is on young males who love other males but don’t identify as ‘gay’. The purpose of this book will not be to sensationalize but rather empower and provide a help guide for male teens and 20 year olds struggling with … More Between The Lines: Calling All Young SGL Males

Glover Lane Press Needs Your Submissions for ‘One Spirit’

Glover Lane Press is Accepting Submissions for, “One Spirit: More Alike Than Different,” edited by Azaan Kamau and Ifalade TaShia Asanti. One Spirit is a groundbreaking anthology about the importance of spiritual inclusivity. Deadline April 30th for 750-1000 word essays on the topic of the book. Pay is in copy and shared revenue. Email your … More Glover Lane Press Needs Your Submissions for ‘One Spirit’