Sunday, July 15, 2012


Coming Together: With Curves is a collection of Rubenesque erotica & erotic romance edited by two of the genre's leading ladies, Victoria Blisse and Lucy Felthouse.

All proceeds from the sales of this anthology as well as any individual titles released in ebook or audiobook will benefit Parkinson's UK, an international charity.


We want big beautiful women. Curvy chicks. Rubenesque ladies. Send us your erotica or erotic romance tales of plus sized females and the men (and women!) who love them.

We like it hot. We want characters that can't keep their hands off one another... or themselves. Solo sex, twosomes, threesomes and moresomes are all acceptable, as long as there's at least one Rubenesque lady involved.

Give us unique settings, intriguing storylines and above all, send us a story that will stand out from the crowd.

Stories can be set in any time period, and we also welcome paranormal tales, as long as the big beautiful woman is an integral part of the plot.

Make us laugh, make us cry (though not too much!), but most importantly, make us horny. Make us wildly jealous of the sexual adventures and experiences the plus sized chicks are having and you're along the right lines.

Keep your stories legal. We don't want any of the usual taboos; underage, bestiality, snuff, etc... if you're not sure, just ask.

Stories should be between 2,500 and 7,500 words. Exceptions will be made for outstanding stories. Previously published work is acceptable, but make sure that your right to submit the story for publication is clear. Please note that stories over 5000 words can be individually released as an ebook as well as appear in the anthology. All profits from single releases will also benefit Parkinson’s UK.

Please submit .DOC or .DOCX manuscripts to (cc: with "Submission for Coming Together: With Curves" in the subject line. Questions can be sent to the same address. Format should be Times New Roman 12pt font, 1 inch margins, double spaced and have the first line of each paragraph indented (not tabbed or spaced). Please title your document as follows: "Story Title_Author Name". Do not add anything to the header or footer of your document. Include a brief (150-ish word) biography in your email.

This is a charity anthology, there will be no payment to the authors or editors beyond a PDF contributor copy of the collection. Instead, all proceeds will benefit Parkinson's UK, a support and research charity. For more than 40 years they've been working to find a cure and improve life for everyone affected by Parkinson's. Find out more about them here:

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