(My) Writing about (My) Writing

For those folks that are interested in the pieces I have published on the web about my own writing process and struggles as a writer.

About “Trying Submission,” which was printed in Best Lesbian Erotica Vol 3:

  • The Alchemy of D/s (in which I discuss service-based submission and the way D/s can transform mundane events because of the dynamic and meaning we bring to them, and how that works in the story)

About “Strong”, which was printed in Best Lesbian Erotica 2015Say Please: Lesbian BDSM Erotica and Show Yourself to Me:

About “Ready”, which was printed in Biker Boys, Coming Together: In Flux, Coming Together: With a Twist, and Show Yourself to Me:

  • On the Edge (in which I describe the origins of this story, my writing process, and my desire to create vulnerable tops)

About “Baxter’s Boy”, which was printed in The Big Book of Orgasms and Show Yourself to Me:

About “What I Need”, which was printed in Best Lesbian Erotica 2014 and Show Yourself to Me:

  • Orgasm Control for the Reader? (in which I contemplate when and if to include orgasm in erotic fiction, and the idea of leaving the reader hanging)

About “Facing the Dark”, which was printed in Backdraft: Firemen Erotica, Coming Together: Pro Bono, and Show Yourself to Me:

About “Nervous Boy”, which was printed in Love At First Sting, Bondage By the Bay: Tales of BDSM in San Francisco, and Show Yourself to Me:

About “Compersion”, which was printed in I Like to Watch and Show Yourself to Me:

  • On Compersion (in which I tell the backstory for this particular piece, talk about compersion in general, and discuss the release of Alison Ty;er’s book Never Say Never, which excerpts this story)

About “Alley Obsession” and “The Test”, both printed in Got a Minute? and Show Yourself to Me:

About “Please”, printed in Best Women’s Erotica 2008,  and it’s sequel story “How He Likes It”, printed in Best Lesbian Erotica 2012, both printed in Show Yourself to Me:

About “It’s My Job”, printed in Hot Daddies and Show Yourself to Me:

  • On Writing Daddy Porn (in which I discuss why I write Daddy porn and describe my writing process for this story)

Here are a few general pieces about writing erotica

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