Cape & Castle is now accepting fanfiction!

Cape & Castle is now accepting fanfiction on any Disney fandom to be published on our website! To contribute a piece to us, simply follow the following rules:

1. Edit your submission before sending it in. 

As we are uncompensated volunteers, we simply do not have the time or capacity to help every author improve their work.

2. Ensure your story meets our length requirements.

  • Drabbles of 100 words
  • Ficlets of 100-1,000 words
  • One-shots with minimum of 1,000 words
  • Completed two-shots/multi-chapters with minimum of 2,000 words overall

3. Include the following information:

  • Rating (General, Teen, Mature)
  • Word count
  • Characters and/or ships
  • Summary

4. We will not accept the following:

  • Sexually transgressive stories
  • Broad cultural taboos
  • Copy-paste stories (e.g. the text of The Ring and the Crown with character names swapped out)
  • Stories written in a language other than English
  • Stories involving real people (from the fandom or otherwise)

5. Mild gore and smut is accepted.

Keep it no more than “R-rated movie” level. Violent/sexual references and implied scenes only—no details! Please include trigger warnings when appropriate.

6. Pay attention to the feedback we give you. 

We will edit, if necessary. However, if you submit the same story with no improvements, it will not be posted.

7. If you submit a multi-chaptered story, make sure that we can see it on the Internet! 

Post it on a website that is dedicated to fanfiction (e.g. Archive of Our Own, FanFiction, Tumblr, Wattpad).  This is so we can easily track when new chapters are added to your story, and so we don’t have to go searching for it manually every time.

Have a question that isn’t answered above? Email us. Otherwise, does your fic meet all of the requirements? Submit it below!

* Cape & Castle reserves the right to refuse posting or editing of any material submitted.

Christine Cenon

Christine holds a degree in communication, and has had prior educational experience in film production. Since 2017, she has penned a myriad of articles for an array of Internet publications, most notably for FanSided, a sister company to Entertainment Weekly. When she's not editing Cape & Castle, she's creative director of her own agency, offering advertising, branding and marketing services.

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