News by Nathan Scalia
Anne Rice to once again take up the pen name A.N. Roquelaure for her return to erotica.
Column by Elissa Wald October 9, 2013
A list of ten tips for writing Erotic Fiction, by the author of 'The Secret Lives of Married Women.'
Column by Virginia Wade June 12, 2013
Virginia Wade, author of the successful "Cum For Bigfoot" series, talks erotica, self publishing and the joys of ape-sex.
Column by Brandon Tietz
The first draft of the novel is now complete. So what's next?
News by Christopher Shultz April 24, 2013
Chad Leslie Peters wants to write what he knows, and he needs a little help to do it...
Column by Brandon Tietz March 28, 2013
In this installment we'll examine the hardships of not meeting your deadline, how to stay relevant while you write, and promoting when you have nothing to promote.
News by Dean Fetzer February 28, 2013
Fans of the ‘Fifty Shades…’ trilogy are likely to be disappointed to hear that the author plans to move away from the series — she may even publish under a different name!
Interview by Rob Hart January 28, 2013
Averil Dean is the author of the erotic psychological thriller, 'Tapestry of Scars', to be released next year. She's also teaching our first erotica-writing class! She's a cool lady. Check it out.
News by Christopher Shultz December 13, 2012
The teaching career of one Carol Ann Eastman is on shaky ground. Will her writing career take off as a result?
News by Dean Fetzer November 6, 2012
An erotic novel in a similar vein to 'Fifty Shades of Grey' has stormed the bestseller charts in its first week.
Column by Keith Rawson September 21, 2012
For the love of God, people, we need to stop the further spread of 'Fifty Shades of Grey' and elevate the level of literary sleaze in the average American household!
News by Rob Hart September 21, 2012
Sasha Grey, an actress, model, musician, and former porn star, has added 'author' to her resume. Her first novel will be called 'The Juliette Brigade'.
Column by Meredith Borders July 27, 2012
It's easy to give flak to the erotic eBook that started its life as TWILIGHT fan fiction. But is it fair?
Column by Jack Joslin June 28, 2012
Should we give E.L. James a little more credit? A hands-on attempt at mimicking her success by erotica...
News by Hanna Brooks Olsen
Here's something that doesn't suck about eReaders: it allows women to read whatever dirty, dirty literature they want, without fear of being scorned by judgmental commuters or co-workers.
News by John Jarzemsky January 26, 2012
Amazon's self-published erotica section is rife with plagiarism.