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Should I write erotica for a living /lit/? Seems like anyone can do it these days
A foxhole is an unlikely place for a midnight rendezvous, but in the foxhole the world seems so much smaller. Time passes at ten times the normal speed. Every second matters. For PFCs Carter Wilson and June Noland, seconds might be all that was left. Above them, the sky was alight with explosions of every shade of orange imaginable. Bullets whizzed past with frightening frequency, but Carter and June had eyes only for each other. Not exactly model soldiers, but they didn’t have any orders left to ignore anyway. The rest of their squad was dead, wiped out by the insurgents who had ambushed them. The only thing stopping the insurgents now was the minefield between the PFCs and them. And of course the artillery exploding all around them. Looks like Command didn’t know the PFCs were still out there. They didn’t care anymore.
Carter began to speak what he thought might be his final words to June, but she covered his chapped lips with her fingers and whispered, “No words. We don’t have time.”
Quickly, June ripped open Carter’s shirt, not caring that the buttons flew off like the bullets around them. He replied in kind, exposing June’s beautiful, heaving breasts, pausing to notice nothing had ever been so enticing as the sheen of the moon on her fair skin.
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I'm starting a genre fiction magazine.
If you want to contribute an unpublished 2,000-9,000 word short story, I'll probably publish it. If you need some help turning something you have into a publishable story, I can work with you on that.
Pay is 1 cent per word on publication.
The story has to be in the apocalyptic/postapocalyptic genre.
Also doing unpublished reviews of movies, books, and whatever in the same genre for the same rate, 500-1,000 words.
Please submit via RTF attachment.
Anyway, if any of you guys are interested in breaking into writing this is the way to do it.
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Do you have experience writing film scripts? Or do you like to read the famous ones available online? If so, which one is your favorite?
I was reading Pulp Fiction's script last night and I called my attention how in certain parts it deviates from the film itself. As a /lit/izen, I wholeheartedly believe without a strong narrative behind a film is weakened, but to what extent a director must follow his own script.
Do you think improvisation during the shooting is part of his obligation as a creator or, instead, he is betraying the spirit of the script?