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Therianthropy (n) – The metamorphosis from human to animal from. See: lycanthropy

The world of legend, myth, and fiction is filled with tales of men and women who have the ability to transform into animals. The most popular of these, of course, are werewolves. However, there is an abundance of animals that have been paired with shape-shifters, weres, and skinwalkers that have yet to shine.

Musa’s Erato GLBT imprint is seeking stories of these other therianthropes and shape-shifters. Use creatures from ancient legends, or make up your own, but make sure to show us the animal in your hero or heroine. We want to see more than just wolves this Halloween!

Genres: Romance (all heat levels)
Length: 15k-100k+
Special requirements: All stories must feature a GLBT romance in order to qualify for the Erato imprint.
Submissions due: Submissions will be considered on a rolling basis but will be accepted through October 31, 2013. Early submissions are encouraged.SHARP-TOOTHEDb

To Submit: Send a letter and synopsis in the body of an email to: sharp.toothed.subs@gmail.com
Please attach your complete submission as either a .doc or .rtf with the following formatting: Times New Roman 12 point, double spaced, left-aligned, non-justified, no bolding.
All submissions must follow Musa’s standard content guidelines. Any submissions that do not follow these guidelines will be rejected. Make sure to include SHARP-TOOTHED in the title of your email.

 

 

 

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