Kathleen Bradean has published over 30 short stories. She’s a member of the Erotic Author’s Association, and part of the Erotica Readers and Writer’s Association community.
Her stories can be found in The Best Women’s Erotica 2007, Inside Him, The Mammoth Book of Best New Erotica 6, Hot Cops, and She’s On Top in print, and on Clean Sheets and The Erotica Readers and Writer’s Association websites.
She’s reviewed for Velvet Mafia, and often posts reviews of novels, collections, anthologies, erotic museums, art books, adult bookstores, and erotic shows on her blog.
Steven Hart believes erotica is the central metaphor of human imagination. He holds that criticism exists to efficiently disclose and enhance the experience of art.
Hart has published criticism in a wide range of national and international publications including "Theatre Journal" for which he served a term as the Review Editor. Some of his work has been translated for publication in Poland where he has been a guest scholar. He has published and edited many scholarly works on the theatre. As Senior Critic for “The Villager”, he lead the effort to create a superior critical outlet for new works in one of the oldest weeklies in NYC. He reviewed theatre, fiction and nonfiction books, as well as performance art for the paper.
He conducted funded research with the United Nations on the role of the arts in prisons and served as the dramaturg and historian for The Family, Incorporated, a theatre company composed of black and Hispanic former prison inmates.
From 1992-98 he was the dramaturg and theatre historian for the University of South Carolina MFA Program affiliated with The Shakespeare Theatre under the direction of Michael Kahn. He was a founding member of LMDA, the National Association for Literary Managers and Dramaturgs in the United States.
His erotica has been extensively published by The Erotica Readers and Writers Association as well as in two volumes of Maxim Jakubowski’s Mammoth Book of Best New Erotica and Cream, edited for ERWA by Lisabet Sarai.
In 2003, he was honored for Special Achievement as an alumnus of the PhD Program in Theatre at the City University Graduate Center, New York.
My name is Ashley Lister and I'm the author of more than thirty erotic novels, countless erotic short stories (and sex-related articles) and the author of the non-fiction title Swingers. I'm a regular columnist and reviewer for the Erotica Readers & Writers Association and I have a lovely smile.
I live in the north west of the UK, I'm currently studying English Language and Literature as a (physically) mature student and I enjoy reading and reviewing well-crafted erotica.
Jean Roberta teaches first-year English classes in a Canadian prairie university and writes in several genres. She has given public talks on erotica and censorship. In summer 2010, she gave a writing workshop at Camp Fyrefly, an event for non-heterosexual, gender-queer and questioning youth. In January 2011 she began teaching a new course on fantasy novels by women writers about male “monsters.”
Over eighty of her erotic stories have appeared in print anthologies, including the annual Best Women’s Erotica and Best Lesbian Erotica, several volumes of erotic fantasy (Best Erotic Fantasy and Science Fiction, Best Fantastic Erotica, Like a Sword from Circlet, Rumpled Silk Sheets: Lesbian Fairy Tales from Ravenous Romance) and spanking anthologies (Spank! Best S/M Erotica 3, Bottoms Up, Wicked Pleasures). She has produced two single-author collections of erotic stories: Obsession (Eternal Press) and Each Has a Point (LoveYouDivine).
Her reviews and other non-fiction have appeared in The Gay and Lesbian Review and various websites, including Clean Sheets, the website of the Erotic Readers and Writers Association and Speak Its Name (for m/m historical fiction). She is a staff reviewer and columnist (“Stranger Than Fiction”) for Kissed by Venus (lesbian website and quarterly e-zine).
'Nathan Burgoine blames New Orleans, finding laugh-out-loud funny gay fiction by accident, and a bent sense of British humor for his delving into the writing world. He's been incredibly lucky so far in the realm of short fiction - his favorite - and has appeared in Fool For Love, I Do Two, Blood Sacraments, and Tented; his non-fiction appears in I Like It Like That, as well as issues of 5x5 Literary Magazine.A believer in the love of the telling of tales, he studied English Lit - and Bio-Psych - in university, where he often got in trouble for asking to discuss stories and novels from the point of view of enjoying the narrative (and memorized fun facts about Dopamine). You can find him here, where he promises not to discuss Platonic Ideals (he forgets what they are) or Punitive Neurotransmitter Reuptake Blockers (he forgets what they're for).
Lisabet Sarai has been writing ever since she learned to hold a pencil. She has published four erotic novels, including the BDSM classic, Raw Silk, and Fire, a short story collection. She is also the editor of two erotica anthologies, Sacred Exchange, which explores spiritual aspects of D/s, and Cream: The Best Of The Erotica Readers And Writers Association.
Her short stories appear in many collections including several volumes of the Mammoth Book Of Best New Erotica. In addition to writing for Erotica Revealed, Lisabet reviews books and films for the Erotica Readers and Writers Association and Sliptongue.com.
To learn more about Lisabet, visit her website.
Sacchi Green is an award-winning writer and editor of erotica and other stimulating genres. Her home is in western Massachusetts, with an alternate retreat in the mountains of New Hampshire, but she does make forays into the real world regularly and widely.
Sacchi’s stories have appeared in scores of publications, including seven volumes of Best Lesbian Erotica, four of Best Women’s Erotica, three of Best Lesbian Romance, Best Transgender Erotica, Best Fantasy Erotica, and Penthouse. In recent years she’s taken to wielding the editorial whip, editing nine lesbian erotica anthologies: Rode Hard, Put Away Wet (Suspect Thoughts Press); Hard Road, Easy Riding (Lethe Press); Lipstick on Her Collar (Pretty Things Press), and Lesbian Cowboys, Girl Crazy, Lesbian Lust, Lesbian Cops, Girl Fever, and Wild Girls, Wild Nights, all from Cleis Press. A collection of her own work, A Ride to Remember, is out from Lethe Press. Five of her books were Lambda Literary Award finalists, and Lesbian Cowboys, co-edited with Rakelle Valencia, won the Lambda for lesbian erotica in 2010. Two books, Lesbian Lust and A Ride to Remember, were winners of GCLS awards.
Find Sacchi online at her blog, FaceBook, Live Journal and the Lesbian Fiction Forum