Every month, Kayla Lords (she/her) peels back the curtains on her own bookkeeping to share her revenue wins and losses. The smutlancer life is one of ups and downs, and September isn’t as good as it once was, but it’s better than it has been.
The Smutlancers: Writing about sex and getting paid to do it
Editor’s note: This month’s spotlight is an interview with my husband and business partner, John Brownstone. I didn’t know Chelsea planned to interview him (as she has a lot of freedom in what she writes and who she interviews) but I am enormously proud of him and love seeing him featured as a smutlancer. That being said, I figured I’d point out the obvious bias I have towards him as a human, let alone as an interviewee. ~KL Did your state or city’s health department provide a guide on safe sex when the nation was first ordered to quarantine? Well,...
Trying to make money as an erotic author? Calliope (they/them) puts together a list of different submission opportunities each month — some with deadlines and others that are always looking for new stories. Take a look at the round-up for September 2021!
Trying to make money as an erotic author? Calliope (they/them) puts together a list of different submission opportunities each month — some with deadlines and others that are always looking for new stories. Take a look at the round-up for August 2021!
This month the Smutlancer Spotlight focuses on none other than the uniquely talented writer and activist Quinn Rhodes (he/him). The interview includes discussion about trans-inclusivity, mental health, disability, and how it informs his smutlancing journey. Check it out!
You don’t have to write a sex toy review to write about a sex toy. In fact, thinking creatively about how to share your experience (good or bad) with a product will not only help your readers, it may help you rank in search, too. Not sure what your options are? Girl on the Net (she/her) shares a few ideas!