Anthology of the Awkward Seeking Submissions

Hello again, Little Doggy,

As Editor-In-Queef, I thought I would pass on this info for a book I will be co-editing this summer. It sounds right up any Queefer’s . . . ally.

The Anthology of the Awkward is currently seeking flash fiction, prose poems, and short essay submissions for Volume One: The Virgins.  We are looking for unpublished pieces under 1000 words that portray mortifying, awkward, humorous, ordinary, embarrassing, painful, mundane, stressful, tiresome, pathetic, humiliating, and unremarkable experiences involved with losing your virginity.  We want these to be concise, raw and short-lived, just like your first time.  Skip the foreplay.  Get to the point.

Please send submissions, double-spaced in Times New Roman 12 point font to:

Be sure to include your contact information.

Deadline: AUGUST 15, 2009.


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