09-08-2005, 10:24 PM
BUST Magazine’s Call for Erotic Fiction Submissions

Give Good Read?
Are you a daring dame who knows her way around a dirty story?
Think you can inspire a little self-directed friction with your erotic fiction? Then send your smut to the attention of BUST Magazine’s One Handed Read section, where hotness rules and cliché drools. Submissions should be approximately 1500 words long, and emailed as a Word attachment (don’t forget to include all of your contact info) to onehandedread@bust.com. There is pay for stories selected for publication, so don’t delay— send us your best today!

About BUST

BUST is a groundbreaking women’s lifestyle magazine that is unique in its ability to connect with bright, cutting-edge young women. With an attitude that is fierce, funny, and proud to be female, BUST’s revolutionary editorial mix addresses a refreshing variety of women’s interests, including pop culture, crafting, fashion, sex, news, and celebrity interviews. Hip, humorous, and honest, BUST is a cheeky celebration of all things female and a trusted authority on up-and-coming trends among young women.

Frustrated by the lack of variety in women’s publications, Debbie Stoller, who holds a PhD in the Psychology of Women from Yale and has a background in television, and Laurie Henzel, a designer with a BFA in Communication Design from Parsons and a background in magazine and album design, launched BUST as a labor of love in 1993. The magazine instantly became an indie favorite among in-the-know young women, a well-kept secret that dared to tell the truth about women’s lives in a way no other women’s magazine ever had. Brash, bold, and downright ballsy, BUST made a name for itself and gained fans among some of the most influential cultural icons of the time.

In 2000, the independently owned magazine went above ground as a glossy quarterly, and today, BUST is a bimonthly publication that inspires readers to bust stereotypes and fearlessly live their own way. Truly in a class by itself, BUST has earned a devoted following of young women who return issue after issue for the kind of candid personal stories, in-depth reported pieces, humorous essays, news items, pop culture coverage, and do-it-yourself crafting ideas they know they can’t find anywhere else. To learn more about BUST, check us out online at www.bust.com