There are always at least two viewpoints of every story and yet, we usually only hear one side. In the tradition of WICKED, The Red Tent and The Mists of Avalon, a different perspective can provide an entirely different story than the commonly known tale; the other side of the looking glass, so to speak. You are encouraged to experiment with sexual and cultural norms, technology and historical events. Sensuality is fine, but please no erotica.
At Second Glance is seeking previously unpublished stories that tell a tale from another viewpoint. Either historical or fictional characters are acceptable and feel free to take creative liberties. Be serious, funny, romantic, scary… just be original and unique. Submissions are open to ALL genders and orientations but must appeal to a gay male audience. Multiple submissions accepted, but please let the editors know.
All submissions must be postmarked by July 31, 2011
No electronic submissions

GUIDELINES FOR WRITERS:
Plotlines, time periods and settings are all up to you. Genres (such as steampunk, horror, science fiction, western…) are completely open, just please, no erotica.
• Word count: maximum 7K
• Double space, standard font in .doc, .rtf or compatible format.
• Include title, author’s name, and address ON COVER ONLY.
• Title and page number must appear on all pages.
• Include a SASE.
Payment for accepted work includes two printed copies and $75 at time of publication. A $50.00 prize for Editor’s pick will be awarded in each category. Winners of Editor’s pick will be announced after the work is formally launched.
Send submissions to:
GC Anthologies
511 East Pike,
Seattle WA 98122-3617
For questions: anthology@gaycity.org



  • Ron Fritsch

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