I am re-blogging the post by the author, Emmanuelle de Maupassant, where she interviews some of the contributors (including me!) to the erotic anthology, For The Men, and the Women Who Love Them. This is a great anthology of erotica, with such a wide range of interesting short stories. The anthology is now also available in an audio version, narrated by the lovely Rose Caraway.
Twenty-five tales: from bitter chocolate and acidic citrus, to lush caramel.
In this series, I’ve shared insights from the authors: their thinking as they wrote each tale…
The collection aims to show that erotic fiction isn’t just for women. The ‘erotic’ in literature has the power to speak to everyone.
In Part One, I looked at the theme of ‘watching and being watched’: our desire to exhibit ourselves sexually, the thrill of revealing, and concealing.
In Part Two, I delved tales filled with tension and conflict, exploring dichotomies of power: giving and receiving, vulnerability and strength.
In Part Three, I looked at stories in unusual settings: futuristic, supernatural, and off-planet: locations thrilling and unexpected.
In Part Four, I examined…
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