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Submitting Fiction, Illustrations & Comic Art

RPG Based Short Stories Accepting submissions for short stories that take place in the Fates Worse Than Death, Tibet, In Dark Alleys, KidWorld, Hoodoo Blues and Seeker universes for publication on this web site and in podcast format. 2,000-10,000 word stories wanted. Rates are 1.5-2.5 cents (USD) per word. Send full stories to creative [aht]…


How To Submit

Email your submission to creative [aht] vajraenterprises.com Make sure your submission is something we are looking for.  See Submissions for a complete list. The Once A Week Rule: Anyone working with Vajra Enterprises in a for-pay project must check in with Vajra Enterprises at least once every week by email, post or phone. The message…


Submitting Role Playing Material

Role Playing Material Vajra Enterprises is seeking to commission a co-author to help write one of two roleplaying games (one a historically accurate portrayal of the adventures of hackers in the 1980s, the other an alternate history in which Native Americans with powerful native magic live in an apartheid-like America).  These games will use the Organic Rules…


Vajra Enterprises Style Guide

Formatting  Text should be ideally be delivered as Microsoft Word (.doc) or Rich Text Format (.rtf).  Extensive formatting is not required (this will be taken care of during final page layout) but some formatting for the sake of readability is appreciated: two columns, bolded section headings, larger section headings for higher-level sections (e.g. 30 point font for…


Fates Worse Than Death Fiction Guidelines

See Submissions for more information on what we are accepting and how to submit it. This page describes what we are looking for in any fiction taking place in the Fates Worse Than Death universe. No agent necessary. Payment is half up-front with commission contract. Royalties available on paper-published works. All fiction must take place within the…


Vajra Enterprises Diversity Standards in Writing and Art

  Whenever possible, avoid using white, male, handsome, athletic, heterosexual, native-born characters. Try to vary at least one of these characteristics. No more than one in five characters should meet all of these characteristics. Don’t include minorities solely to play the role stereotyped by their minority status. If you included a woman character, don’t have…