JMS Books LLC is a new small press catering to fans of queer erotic romance as well as a variety of other genres. We publish in print and electronic formats, and our royalty rates are very competitive — among the best in e-publishing.

We are looking for fresh, new voices in the following fiction genres:

  • CONTEMPORARY – stories set in modern day without any fantastical or paranormal elements
  • FANTASY – all subgenres, including urban fantasy, high fantasy, epics, magic, superhero, mythology, fairy tales, legends, etc.
  • GAY – stories in any subgenre whose focus is a loving relationship between consenting, adult men
  • HISTORICAL – stories set in any era before Stonewall
  • HORROR – stories intended to scare, unsettle, or horrify (no vampires, werewolves, or shifters)
  • HUMOR – stories in any subgenre with humorous elements which are the driving focus of the plot
  • INTERRACIAL – stories with characters of different races in a relationship * LESBIAN – stories in any subgenre whose focus is a loving relationship between consenting, adult women
  • MILITARY/WAR – stories in any subgenre with military characters or set during wartime
  • NON-FICTION – please query
  • POETRY – please query
  • SCIENCE FICTION – all subgenres, including futuristic, space opera, time travel, alternate reality/history, utopia or dystopia, etc.
  • TRANSGENDER – stories in any subgenre whose focus is a loving relationship between consenting, adult characters who identify with the gender other than the one with which they were born, including intersexual, transsexual, transvestite, and gender-queer characters
  • YOUNG ADULT – stories in any subgenre aimed at readers between the ages of 14-18

For full submission guidelines visit our site at http://www.jms-books.com.


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  • Ron Fritsch

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