Wednesday, May 1, 2013
Monday, April 29, 2013
Saturday, April 27, 2013
Please pen me a 200-word (maximum) description of your ideal setting for an erotic story.
That’s it. Ta da! Do not go over the word count.
Of course, me being me, I did not remember to ask the writers to title their pieces. Some did, some didn't. I slid titles in for the polling to make things easier—so I'm apologizing if I stepped on any toes. I'll remember to ask next time.
What do you do? Read the 15—yes, 15—anonymous entrants and vote for your favorite. Poll ends at midnight on April 30th. Winner will be announced on May 1, and I'll be handing out the new assignment at the same time. Please feel free to share the link with your friends, families, strangers, neighbors, dog-walkers... But authors, don't reveal which piece you wrote until the voting ends. Then I will add the author name to each story.
Oh, I posted the pieces in the order I received them. I'm trying to do all of this fair and square. Every once in awhile, it gets a little oblong...
Entry #1: A New Orleans Apartment A New Orleans apartment, looking out over Bourbon Street. Midnight. Mardi Gras. Even for the late time of night, the heat weighs heavily and all the windows in this apartment are open. It’s sparse, filled with mostly noise from outside and the smell of cheap cigars and third-hand whiskey fumes. The bed is unmade. Strewn around it are a variation of Mardi Gras beads and the odd piece of clothing. A half drunk glass of scotch sits on the bedside table. There’s a desk in the corner, with an antique typewriter on it. One sheet of paper, one line of uninspired words in thick, black ink. It’s the air that gets you though. It smells like old sweat and cologne and Mardi Gras pussy. And the faint trickle of disappointment lingers in the background.
Friday, April 5, 2013
Marie’s blog is a collection of words and images and has explicit auto-biographical content. She writes about her D/s based relationship with her husband, sexual interactions with others and her erotic fantasies, often illustrated with her personal photos.
D. Sadie is the fragment of a writer's persona, focusing on not a specific genre but a certain tone of erotic writing. She prefers the worlds of fantasy and sci-fi, even for erotica and enjoys exploring the themes of submission and wonder in places filled with tentacles, magic, and Things That Man Was Not Meant To Fuck. Her writing is filled with rich details and complicated relationships that frequently lead to longer and more involved pieces than the usual short stories.