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~~FICTION~~

Corset Scenes in Mainstream Fiction

Visitor Fiction Area
 (classically oriented) 
Visitor Fiction Area
 (sexually oriented)
 Fiction on the Internet


Partial translation of
'Souvenirs de Sophie' by Charles S.

Full translation sent by visitors

 All sexually oriented items on this site are accompanied by a blue corset

General guidance for submission is below


Poetry
 

 

~~NONFICTION~~

           A. Biographical
                    
 From the past ("The Era")
                      
Contemporary ("Lacings of Modernity")
           B. Historical

                      Letters to the Editor 
                      Mainstream Tidbits
                      Fringe

           C. Contemporary articles, and excerpts from such:
                     Mainstream newspapers, magazines and commentary
                     Visitors' postings (Commentary and Observations)
                     Thomas Lierse
(your host)                    
                     Books (bibliography of)
                     Theses
            D. Medical

           
 

General Guidance for Submission of Visitor Fiction

We would be happy to consider your story for posting on LISA.  We like to evaluate the author's own parameters before considering publishing so,
by sending a sample, you will give us some insight into your methodology, as well as indicate to us how much time we must spend proofreading/correcting.
 
As you might know, we prefer to serialize - it keeps the reader coming back to the site. However, we have had bad experiences with chapter-by-chapter submission, so, with exception, we ask that the entire story be submitted as a whole. Sometimes the first chapter is really not representative of a entire story, and that provides for an awkward situation for us as we begin serializing.
 
A story which is fiction based on fact is 'faction' and should be labeled as such.

Whether a story is 'blue' or not is purely subjective on our part. Suggestive language or situations do not automatically make it 'blue', but graphic sex certainly will.

Authors here usually DO use pen names or pseudonyms, but we leave it up to the author. Some merely use their first name.
 

Stories can be submitted in MS Word or plain text.
 

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