If you are interested in submitting work to MuDJoB, here are the guidelines.
Any type of poetry or prose is acceptable.
Unpublished work is preferred, but previously published work will be considered.
1500 Words or less.
No explicit sex (Some readers are minors).
Include a brief bio (1-3 lines), and a your blog, twitter address, and/or web page to link to.
Send your submission in the body of an email or as an attachment (.rtf, .doc, or.docx format)
with Guest Writer in the subject line, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You should receive a response within three days.
Most importantly, please visit the site and leave comments for the writers you find there, and direct friends and associates to read your work when it's posted. Feedback is the most rewarding feature of any blog.
If you have any questions, please feel free to email me at the above address.
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