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Call for Fiction: Seeking Stories for Kinbaku Today

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In the early days of Japanese kinbaku, many of the magazines would feature fictional stories featuring rope, SM, and bondage.  Perhaps the most famous of these authors was Oniroku Dan, who would later write dozens of novels and stories which would capture the spirit of Japanese SM.  One of the most famous, Flower and Snake, has produced multiple movies, adaptations, imitations, and graphic novels.  It was this kind of fiction, as much as the photos, how tos, and art that created the ethos of Japanese fantasy and fetish in the 1950s, 60s, and 70s.

Kinbaku Today is looking for talented authors with a love of rope, SM and kinbaku to write stories in a similar tradition.

Submissions should be between 2000-3000 words and any focus on any aspect of kinbaku play, Japanese SM or fetish and fantasy.  Serialized work will also be considered.

Send your stories to: kinbakutoday@gmail.com

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Zetsu has been studying rope since 2008 and kinbaku photography since 2010. He is a member of Yukimura Haruki’s kinbaku school in Japan under the name Haru Yutaka. He has participated in workshops in Tokyo with Suguira Norio and has had his work exhibited in Tokyo at Gallery Shinjukuza, run by the legendary kinbaku photographer Kanno Kei. While in Japan, he has participated in several “satsueikai” photo shoots, photographing the rope work of Naka Akira and Yukimura Haruki. He is a member of The Monarchs in Los Angeles and runs the Los Angeles Rope Dojo, and sells kinbaku books and rope through his shop at Ai Nawa