Reaching Out from a Mind as Dirty as All Outdoors
If you get lucky enough, I might post adult-only material from time to time, so be 18 or over, or please be elsewhere.
I'll be discussing erotica here, the writing of it and the people who write it, as well as what we've written. I find all these aspects stimulating, but if any of them bore you, feel free to skim. You never know what you might miss, though.
Monday, July 29, 2013
I post regularly on alternate Mondays on Oh Get a Grip, a group blog with (currently) ten erotica writers participating, including Lisabet Sarai and Jean Roberta Hillabold. I should mention it more often. My post there today might be of special interest, though, since it's about naughty words from the viewpoints of both reader, writer, editor, and reviewer. Take a look, if such things appeal to you, and then check all the other posts on more or less the same topic. Scrolling back to previous topics would be worth your while, too.
Monday, July 22, 2013
A wonderful review of Wild Girls, Wild Nights: True Lesbian Sex Stories on the Lambda Literary Review. I'd love to quote it all, but I'll just say that it includes mention of stories by Monica M. Moreno, Lynette Mae, Dawn McKay, Catherine Paulssen, and Alison Moon, and recommends the whole anthology highly for both aficionados of erotica and readers who value stories with real, heartfelt characterization and well-formed prose.
Wednesday, July 3, 2013
Reading at Bluestockings Book, NYC
172 Allen St. (between Stanton and Rivington)
Friday, July 19th @ 7PM Reading: Sacchi Green “Wild Girls, Wild Nights: True Lesbian Sex Stories” with Angel Propps, Charlotte Dare, D.L. King, & Laura Antoniou True stories of wild women with dirty minds, untamed tongues, and even the occasional cuff or clamp. A lotta crazy and no cozy slippers to be seen. Real sex can be wet, messy, frenzied, sometimes even awkward. Join editor Sacchi Green and contributors Angel Propps and Charlotte Dare for hot-from-the heart true lesbian erotica. D.L. King, editor of “The Harder She Comes” and “Under Her Thumb,” will join in, along with contributor Laura Antoniou.