Thank you again to everyone who participated in Pitch Your Shorts with Entangled Publishing. It was a huge success (eleven requests!), thanks to all of you!
The editors have finished their dueling (I heard from a reputable source they arm wrestled to settle their disputes), and the following editors have requested these manuscripts:
Adrien-Luc Sanders, Senior Editor
- Susan Sipal – Southern Fried Wiccan
- Jaya Lakshmi – Neo-Mecca Mayhem
- Jackie Ashenden – Talking Dirty
- Erin Goffin – Kitty’s Guide to Stripping
Kerry Vail, Associate Editor
Libby Murphy, Associate Editor
Lewis Pollack, Associate Editor
Kerri-Leigh Grady, Associate Editor
(For those who are curious, each winner’s name links to their blog/Facebook page and each winner’s manuscript title links to their pitch.)
If Your Manuscript Was Requested…
If your manuscript was requested, please send an email with the full manuscript to the requesting editor (replacing (at) with @ and (dot) with a period in their email addresses above):
- Include REQUESTED in the subject line,
- Write a cover letter in the body of the email, letting them know they requested this through Pitch Your Shorts so they’ll open the attachment, and
- Attach the full manuscript in RTF format.
Also, please comment below so I know you saw this request. I’ll need to track down email addresses for any winners who don’t comment below, and I’d appreciate it if you save me from the extra work. *smile*
If Your Manuscript Was Not Requested…
If your manuscript was not requested, the editors are happy to take a second look. Please send your query with the first five pages pasted into the email to the appropriate email address.
- Flirt (10-15K) submissions should be sent to:
- Ever After (20-40K) submissions should be sent to:
- Lori Wilde’s Indulgence (45-60K) submissions should be sent to:
Also keep an eye on Entangled’s general submission page (they just added another line for 50-70K category romance suspense stories!) and their blog for special calls for submissions for anthologies. Several pitches that didn’t get requests were very good, so don’t lose hope.
Congratulations to all the winners and good luck with your submissions!