The Writers of the Apocalypse started out as a creative coalition of writers and comic makers that joined together for the common cause of creation. It is not an official publishing house, although its founder Katrina Joyner often pondered if she could survive by going that route.
These days she often wonders how she could make it an official publishing house - however she would want to do it the old fashioned way; by giving authors a huge upfront check. That takes money. So she doesn't ponder very far.
Most things published under the Apocalypse label are issues of Akashik, Heavenly Bride, and 10 Confessions & A Kiss.
Do You Take Submissions?
Yes; if you'd like to be able to say you were published under someone else's label than sure. We'll consider your work. We especially will consider comic books that deal with Native American issues or women surmounting adversity. However, we're not racist or sexist so you can come from any walk of life so long as you have a good story.
We require the store be complete, well rounded, and have indepth characters. Sure we'll consider erotic, but let me tell you we've read a lot of terribly written monstrosities that are called erotica... and wish we could unsee them. We'll only take the best. Period.