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iPawd - A Furry Adult Music Anthology

Deadline: January 10, 2021

Editor: Thurston Howl and Cedric G! Bacon

Word count: 2,500-8,000; a little above and a little below will be acceptable

The idea is that each story, while sexual and furry, connects to a particular song.

You can read the word "connects" in three different ways:

1. The song is played throughout the story.

2. The story plays out the plot of the song.

3. The story plays out with the song kind of just being an ambience or moodsetter for the story, i.e. the song doesn't even appear in the story but you wrote the story with the song in mind all the same.

Feel free to play with lots of musical aspects. A wolf could be playing violin on a moonlit hill for his lover. A drummer could be performing at a punk rock concert while her girlfriend eats her out, hidden in front of the bass drum. A slow dance at a club leads to fingers going beyond the waistband and below the tail. The "Cha Cha Slide" could be read as sexual directions in the bedroom.

Just note that it needs to be erotic, furry, and music-focused. You can't include whole lines of the song in your story unless it just happens to be public domain.

We will NOT accept:

Racism, sexism, or discrimination presented in a positive light.

Pedophilia or sex with characters under the age of 18 presented in a positive light.

Rape, torture, dubious consent, forced seduction presented in a positive light.

Snuff or Necrophilia presented in a positive light

Bestiality presented in a positive light

If you are in doubt, ASK. Better to ask then to get a straight up rejection! If you are unsure, just shoot me an email at jonathan.thurstonhowlpub@gmail.com. (restrictions borrowed from Voice: https://t.co/MWykJ6RY36)

You can submit up to three stories, but we will only accept one per author (if any).

Reprints are fine, but you have to own full permission of the work in order for us to consider it.

We will not accept simultaneous submissions.

Payment: Authors will receive 10 USD per story.

We will inform all authors regarding decisions within a week or two after the deadline.

We use Submittable to accept and review our submissions.