I suppose this isn't technically a eroge since it's western, but hopefully I can still post this here.
I'm trying to get a team of writers together to add content to a game I started. If you can help, or perhaps know a friend that can help to send to this post, read on.

I've gotten my tools mostly done, and an almost feature complete new engine for the game to run on. Now I need some writers who have the talent and time to add a good deal of content.

I created a snippet from the dev tools where you can submit a sample of what you can make, which works roughly the same as actually adding content to the game. (Some things are stripped out for simplification, like the map and tools for creating and editing things other than Scenarios)

Some guidelines
  • Familiarize yourself with the game and what it's about by playing it. http://www.playlewd.com/demo.html You need to have writing that's a somewhat similar style, and it needs to fit within the context of the game. (Scifi, another solar system, really lewd, aliens, etc) While the style needs to be similar, such as being second person and more emotive than verbose, you absolutely don't have to mirror it! Varying styles are fine. That link of the game is running on the old engine, and there are some bugs with it. I haven't ported it over yet.
  • Your writing should at least be as good as what's in the game currently.
  • You should be able to cover a variety of kinks/fetishes
  • However, you'll have a lot of free reign on the sort of kinky erotic stuff you write, you will still need to wrap it in the context of a story and not force it on people. Ideally, something fetishy should be written in a way that it's still appealing to people without such a fetish, when possible.
  • You do not need to have a mastery of the dev tool, but as the tutorial says on it: you should be able to at least show you have a basic understanding of it. You can not simply write a long thing and have someone else "code" it for you. You should be able to figure out the basics.

How to submit your writing to try out for the team

A tutorial there will walk you through how it works. Again, as noted above, you don't need to master how this tool works, but you should understand the basics that it describes.