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Deadline: Ongoing
Estimated pub. date: Ongoing

Ever wondered about the private life of the Victorian school marm or the two Edwardian spinster ladies who lived together after World War I? Ever wanted to write a story about a WAC and Rosie the Riveter? Or how about a biker babe from the 1950s?

How about a bodice ripper from the 17th century involving a female highway -“man” and the lady aristocrat?

Logical-Lust is looking for quality lesbian historical romance with realistic storylines taking place prior to 1960.

Storylines must reflect accurate historical research and references.
Heat level can range from sweet to sweaty and can incorporate other genres like mystery, thriller, Gothic – as long as lesbian romance remains the major theme.

LENGTH – novellas from 10,000 – 30,000 words / novels from 50,000

All successful submissions will be published in ebook formats. Successful novel submissions may also be published in paperback.

Payment will be by royalties: ebook 50% net, print 7.5% of cover price.

Please see our submission guidelines on how to submit your submission:

Include all of the following information with your submission:

1. Name
2. Pseudonym (if applicable)
3. Address
4. Phone Number
5. Email Address
6. Short Bio

Send your submission/queries to editor(at)logical-lust.com putting LESBIAN HISTORICAL ROMANCE in the subject line. Please also send any questions or queries to the same email address.

3 Responses

  1. I’m looking for the review of Winds of Change by Lee Rowan, but the link goes to The Boy I Love by Marion Husband.

  2. Thanks for fixing. :-)

  3. Gidday.
    I’m doing some research for my thesis which is on a book by Margaret Mahy (from New Zealand, winner of last year’s prestigious Hans Christian Anderson Award for juvenile lit.).

    I’m interested in what other ‘young adult’ fiction anyone there may be able to suggest, apart from David Blaize by E F Benson, the review of which I just finished and appreciated.

    Any ideas?
    (Nice site here, BTW; stylish design.)

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