Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Submissions Are Open ~ Accepting in a Wide Range of Genres ~ Focusing on Steam/Diesle/and Cyber Punk for January

Hello fans! So glad you stopped by today. We will be hosting a mini series in January on Tuesdays and Fridays, now thru January 23, featuring open submissions, and select items that will be for sale at the upcoming Steampunk and Industrial Event coming up Jan 24-25 at Renniger's Market located in Mount Dora, Florida. 

All steampunk items that you will find at the event are handcrafted originals - are unique - and have been created from the magical minds of our CEO Janet Beasley and her hubby. So get ready to feast your eyes upon some amazing cos-play items and creations from this highly imaginative duo. 

Steamy Stovepipe
Today's creation is a stunning hat titled, Steamy Stovepipe. Steamy is a unique creation of an over-sized, slightly distorted shaped top hat. Nearly every ribbon, feather, and gadget are hand-sewn on to make for a professional, durable finished product. Multiple golden strands dangle from the back, both bunches knotted and topped off with studded leather wrap. The amazing color combinations make this tall boy even more eye catching than most. Be the one who stands out in the crowd of steampunk enthusiasts with the incredibly creative Steamy StovePipe. 

Submissions are open for a wide range of genres at JLB Creatives Publishing. Staying in theme with the upcoming event we are focusing on steampunk novels - meaning we will be putting steampunk submissions at the top of our list for consideration of publication throughout January. If you are a steampunk author there are two ways to deliver your writing talent to us: You may visit the BeaslePunk booth at the Steampunk and Industrial Event and pitch your story, or if you can't make it to the event you're invited to make a submission directly from our website. Get started by clicking here:  JLB Creatives Publishing Submission Guidelines

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JLB Creatives Editor Dar Bagby (L) and JLB Creatives CEO Janet Beasley (R)