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Browse some of the Editors' Picks or Recommended Reads to get an idea of the standard of stories we'd like to see submitted.

We receive a lot of story submissions every day and our moderating volunteers have day jobs.

A mass of prose with few or no paragraph breaks will be returned to you.

Your title should be in Sentence Capitals Case, not in all caps, and should not include text speak or emoticons. Notes to the reader should be at the end of your story.

Do not use text speak/emoticons in your story or short forms like &, or ok, or lbs.

Use the entire words unless it is absolutely necessary to the plot that the shortened forms are employed. Be prepared to walk away from your story for a few hours, or as long as a day or two.

At Lush, we want you to get your story out; we don't like rejecting them, and even go to great lengths at times to get it on the front page.

That said, we want to ensure your story is one that you can be proud of, and that others can enjoy.

So if you want to see your story published on its first submission, here are some tips: This is very important: make sure your story is compliant.

Do not overuse exclamation marks, semicolons or ellipsis. Please check your verb tense throughout your story to be sure it is consistent.

Many submissions have tense shifts from past to present and back again, which will usually be returned for editing.

Do not delete the original story, nor resubmit your story as new with no changes after it has been returned to you for editing.

This is a waste of the volunteer moderating team's time, as well as your own, and risks a suspension from publishing if you continue to do this.