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    practical experience, FTW M.N Thorne's Avatar
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    [Anthology] Coming Together

    I was wondering if anyone on AW heard of the erotica e-publisher, Coming Together? They are willing to published taboo erotica including incest. This seems like a interesting e-publisher willing to tackle taboo subjects.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M.N Thorne View Post
    I was wondering if anyone on AW heard of the erotica e-publisher, Coming Together? They are willing to published taboo erotica including incest. This seems like a interesting e-publisher willing to tackle taboo subjects.
    Link? I can't even find them online (which, I would think, isn't a great sign).

    ETA: My bad. Coming Together isn't a standard publisher, but one that puts out a serious of anthologies to raise money for charity. I know some of the authors who have participated, in fact, just wasn't thinking "publisher." You won't be paid for your submission if it's accepted, but you will get that little glow from doing something charitable. Read the contract carefully to be sure you accept and understand any and all ways your work will be used.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shelleyo View Post
    Link? I can't even find them online (which, I would think, isn't a great sign).

    ETA: My bad. Coming Together isn't a standard publisher, but one that puts out a serious of anthologies to raise money for charity. I know some of the authors who have participated, in fact, just wasn't thinking "publisher." You won't be paid for your submission if it's accepted, but you will get that little glow from doing something charitable. Read the contract carefully to be sure you accept and understand any and all ways your work will be used.
    Shelleyo, here is the link

    http://www.erotica-writers.com/ERA/A...g_Together.htm

    Thank you for telling me about their charitable work. However, on erotica-writers.com they kind of sounded like an interesting e-publisher.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M.N Thorne View Post
    Shelleyo, here is the link

    http://www.erotica-writers.com/ERA/A...g_Together.htm

    Thank you for telling me about their charitable work. However, on erotica-writers.com they kind of sounded like an interesting e-publisher.
    Sure. Just wanted you to be aware it's donated work only because all their books are for charity.

    Just adding the link to the publisher's site: Coming Together
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    Thanks for the link to this one. The charity aspect is always a draw for me.
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