UPS drivers, cops, sailors, jocks – they all wear uniforms, and stories about the heat they deliver all are welcome. But for this Cleis Press collection, I also want to explore the definition of a uniform, expand the boundaries of a fetish, by embracing any kind of workplace garb, from male nurse, pizza delivery boy or scientist in a smock to middle-aged banker in a suit worth $1000, young baker boy whose apron is dusted with flour – or even a clown. Write about what outer garb turns you on to the man underneath the cloth – then get that uniform off and get down to dirty business. Deadline Sept. 15, word limit 6,000, payment $75, submissions with 50-word bio and addresses to:


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