The Little Death of Crossed Genres 1 MATURE CONTENT

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The Little Death of Crossed Genres is a quarterly magazine of erotic science fiction and fantasy. Spun off of Crossed Genres magazine, each issue of “Little Death” will contain 6-9 short works of fiction and 1-3 piece of artwork. All content will combine Science Fiction and/or Fantasy with erotica. We want sensual stories that arouse, intrigue and push the boundaries of what defines “erotic”. We’ll consider stories of any sexual orientation – in fact, we are reserving at least one spot per issue for a queer-oriented story, to ensure they’re included. We’re also reserving one spot per issue for a UST story – that’s Unresolved Sexual Tension (because sometimes, we just want to be teased).

The Little Death of Crossed Genres


Country of Publication

Adults. United States

Publication Medium & Frequency

E Electronic PublicationPublished 4 x per year.

Fiction Defunct

E EroticaSubgenres: Erotic Fantasy, Erotic Science Fiction.
Open to all/most Styles, including: Literary, Mainstream.
TypeLength Details
Short Story1,000 - 7,500 words.
Novelette7,500 - 8,000 words.
We do not list pay specifics. Check with the publisher for details.
T Token payment (under 1 US cent per word).
OK No No UnknownText format submissions
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Last Updated:
18 Jul 2011
Date Added:
11 Dec 2009