Monthly Archives: November 2010

"Writing Explicitly" at Kate Elliott’s blog

TweetToday, I’m posting on “Writing Explicitly” at Kate Elliott’s blog – visit, comment!

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"Sexy Pirates" at The Smutketeers

TweetI’m a guest of The Smutketeers all this week talking about “Sexy Pirates” – and am also giving away a print copy of The Duke & The Pirate Queen. Stop by their blog to enter! (Contest is now closed.)

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Siegfried Sassoon, "Haunted"

TweetHaunted Evening was in the wood, louring with storm. A time of drought had sucked the weedy pool And baked the channels; birds had done with song. Thirst was a dream of fountains in the moon, Or willow-music blown across … Continue reading

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Siegfried Sassoon, "To My Brother"

TweetTo My Brother Give me your hand, my brother, search my face; Look in these eyes lest I should think of shame; For we have made an end of all things base. We are returning by the road we came. … Continue reading

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Things I Like To Write About

TweetI’m trying to find my bliss.It’s been so long since I’ve deliberately sought out inspiration on this scale that it feels like something new! I haven’t had time to come up with a totally new project since back in 2007. … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving!

Tweet And in other news, Erotic Exploits is now available for the Nook. If you have a Nook, and are willing to download the free sample, please let me know if the formatting looks all right or is terrible. The … Continue reading

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M/M Romance with WWI Settings

TweetHere are the stories I’ve found so far. Josh Lanyon’s The Dark Farewell was my favorite of the three. Information page at Samhain. Grieving veteran David Flynn meets spiritual medium Julian Devereux while a serial killer ravages smalltown 1920s America. … Continue reading

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Speculative Erotica Markets — Philcon 2010

TweetAlmost every year at Philcon, I moderate the panel on selling fantastic (science fiction and fantasy) erotica. It was interesting this year to note how the panel topics have shifted over time: print to electronic to self-electronic.For several years, after … Continue reading

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Rachel Kramer Bussel interview

TweetPlease welcome my guest, Rachel Kramer Bussel! Rachel and I met almost a decade back, when we were both reading our stories from Best Lesbian Erotica at Bluestockings in New York City. She graciously consented to answer some questions I … Continue reading

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Siegfried Sassoon, "Elegy"

TweetElegy To Robert Ross Your dextrous wit will haunt us long Wounding our grief with yesterday. Your laughter is a broken song; And death has found you, kind and gay. We may forget those transient thingsThat made your charm and … Continue reading

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