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Welcome To Our New Newsletter

I’m just getting things set up, so please bear with me

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Dear Sensual Enchantment reader,

This is my first publication newsletter on Medium and I’m still kind of figuring everything out, but I’m looking forward to being able to connect with you more directly now. I don’t anticipate sending newsletters out very often, but I do appreciate the chance to have a way to let you know about changes to the publication, new features, new writers, and any other news worth reporting. For instance, I was recently out of town and had to email writers individually to let them know that I wouldn’t be publishing for that week. Now I won’t have to do that should I have a hiatus in publishing for any reason.

As for what’s currently going on with SE, the poetry segment is really going strong, although we continue to publish erotic stories and essays about sex, life, and love. I hope you are enjoying the rather eclectic mix.

If you’ve been a long-time contributor or are interested in writing for SE, please be sure that you’ve checked out the most recent Submission guidelines, issued last Spring. All new SE writers are required to read them, and although there haven’t been any major issues recently, I really like the idea of everyone knowing the culture and being able to make an informed decision about whether we are the correct publication for your piece.

I hope to have a new writer round-up out soon, featuring some of the best work of our most recently added talent. In the meantime, thanks for reading and I welcome your feedback and engagement.





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Elle Beau ❇︎

Elle Beau ❇︎

Dispelling cultural myths with research-driven stories. My favorite word is “specious.” Not fragile like a flower; fragile like a bomb! Twitter @ElleBeau