In her new erotica collection Bending, author Greta Christina included a story called “The Unicorn And The Rainbow.” Although she wrote it “on a dare” after making a joke at a reading about how her stories are never “nice, gentle happy stories about unicorns fucking rainbows” and being challenged by audience members to do just that, the results are too well, interesting, not to share. Let me set the scene for you: A unicorn and a rainbow meet in a bar on a rainy night and bond over being “dropped” by their fans in favor of teen idols like Justin Bieber.
Christina penned a piece explaining her thought process while writing her unicorn porn, which is also interesting but not quite as salacious as being fucked by six colors at once. After the jump, some NSFW excerpts from “The Unicorn And The Rainbow.” Keep reading »
Let me just preface this by saying that if you get off on dinosaur erotica like, Ravished By The Triceratops, we’re not judging. Someone must be reading because author Christie Sims is amassing a small fortune from her catalogue of dino porn titles. Apparently, she’s not the only person getting rich by writing about horny beasts and lusty babes. Just a peek into the dark corners of Amazon and you’ll find a slew of ebook titles about women having sex with every kind of mythological creature — from Frankensteins to leprechauns. Keep reading »
Erotic offerings for women are getting better all the time. Just off the top of my head, I can think of James Deen and Make Love Not Porn, Bust magazine’s monthly “one handed read,” and the publishing boom after Fifty Shades Of Grey that has our office bookshelves heaving under new dominant/submissive erotica. (Seriously. Take some of it off our hands, please.)
In 2014, American women can look out for Dusk, a new channel featuring 24/7 porn aimed at women. Here’s everything you want to know about Dusk, after the jump! Keep reading »
Earlier this week, the Internet found out there’s a market for prehistoric heavy petting.
But who’s behind dinosaur erotica and its titillating tales of veloci-rapture? HuffPost Weird spoke with Alara Branwen, co-author of works such as Taken by the T-Rex, Ravished by the Triceratops and In the Velociraptor’s Nest.
Branwen said she and co-author Christie Sims, both in their early 20s, write under pseudonyms and won’t be revealing their true identities anytime soon.
“Do you really think we are crazy enough to publish what we publish under our own names?” she asked. Read more on Huffington Post…
If you found yourself oddly aroused by that pterodactyl porn that every person has watched at least once (hey, no shame), I’d like to call your attention to some erotica that might interest you. Christie Sims, who describes herself as a “plain old, everyday Midwestern girl that lives a normal life,” is the world’s most prolific writer in the “Monster Sex” genre. According to her Amazon page,this includes any erotica inspired by “lusty thoughts of big, strong, powerful monsters having their way with beautiful maidens.” Like graphic dinosaur stories? Why, yes.
Sims’ vast body of work includes titles such as The Dinosaur’s Keeper, Taken By The Pterodactyl, Running From The Raptor,Taken At The Dinosaur Museum, Mating With The Raptor, Ravished By The Triceratops and much, much more. Basically, you can have your pick of your preferred, Jurassic dick. Have I aroused your interest? Good. For your reading pleasure, I’ve included a short, NSFW excerpt from Ravished By The Triceratops after the jump. Warning: it contains a whole lot of Mesozoic penis. Keep reading »
This edition of Real Talk – read Part 1 here — delves deep into the seduction that is literary erotica. This week I’m joined by two popular writers within the genre, as well as an avid reader/blogger. We talked tropes, stereotypes, and the stigma surrounding erotica.
- Delphine Dryden writes award-winning contemporary erotic romance for Carina Press, and mainstream steampunk romance for Berkley. When not writing, she can be found noodling around on the internet or playing tabletop games far into the night. You can find her online at DelphineDryden.com, and she is on Twitter far too much. Or Facebook if you are into that.
- Jeanette Grey is a former physics teacher, artist, tech support consultant, and web designer, now trying her hand at writing romance. Her short fiction has appeared in collections such as Best Erotic Romance 2013, and her latest release is Take What You Want from Samhain Publishing. Find her online at JeanetteGrey.com, on Twitter and on Facebook.
- Jessica Luther is a freelance writer and journalist, reproductive justice activist, and historian. Her main blog is JessicaWLuther.com but she blogs about romance novels at Steel And Velvet.
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