Welcome to Friday Five, a quick round up of articles and news that has caught our eye this week.
Burning Book Press have a call out for a new anthology. “Written On Skin: An Anthology of Etched Desire” is looking for stories that contain body modification as a central element. Edited by Remittance Girl, Aisling Weaver and Raziel Moore this looks like it will be a fascinating anthology to be in. Deadline: June 21, 2013
ETO award nominations are announced and it is great to see writers and bloggers recognised for their work, including so many that contribute to Eroticon events.
Lovehoney is recruiting for staff in their Bath offices if you’ve ever wanted to work for a sex toy company its worth keeping an eye on their jobs pages. The current positions show the range of roles available across the industry from product buying to ecommerce and marketing roles.
Dildology.org is a new venture set up to provide material verification services for sex toys and to maintain a public database of the results, adding transparency and oversight to the industry while educating the public about the science behind pleasure products. This is a must follow project if you are a sex toy reviewer.
Ruby Goodnight has been pondering the value of blogging and provides an insightful overview of what bloggers should consider when approached with content requests – either as reviews on their blog or as contributors to other sites.
That’s it for this week, what have you been reading this week? Tweet @writesexright with #Friday5