The anthology is filled with wonderful essays, shorts stories, and drawings by some absolutely fantastic artists … and for some reason they decided to include my little piece of writing! I’ve somewhat calmed down from finding out that little piece of info a few weeks ago, I just really can’t believed they included me. The pieces include are brilliant, and are by some wonderful authors including the talents of Girl on The Net, Molly, Anna Sky, and Tabitha Rayne who designed the cover art.
An added bonus is that purchasing a copy is an amazing way to support the sex blogging world.
I promise I don’t usually use this many exclamation points or adjectives in a post, but I’m so darn excited to be a part of this project.
If you like it, and would love to leave a review, wonderful!
The official blurb:
Identity showcases a diverse collection of personal essays and stories by over twenty sex toy reviewers, non-fiction sex writers and erotic fiction authors. It boasts a breadth of talent from a range of new and established writers alike, all of whom are attendees of the 2017 Eroticon conference in London. It’s a sex-positive anthology, moving from the heteronormative to show a truly representative cross-section of erotic identity.
In this unique compilation, the central theme of identity is explored from many different angles. Some authors describe their personal identity as a writer, others how their fictional characters explore who they are through sex. Yet other writers examine the impact of erotic identity, sexuality or personality and how this is celebrated or for some, must remain hidden.
Identity tackles intimate topics such as BDSM, bisexuality and gender dysphoria with an honesty and clarity borne of experience, as well as stories of desire, erotic awakening and more.
Edited by Anna Sky and with cover art by Tabitha Rayne, Identity contains work by Velvl Ryder, Malin James, Eve Ray, Marie Rebelle, Meg-John Barker, Teresa Caves, sub-Bee, Emily Jacob, Jenny Guérin, Ella Scandal, Alun Norley, Ina Morata, Jerusalem “Jaime” Mortimer, Miss Ruby Rousson, cleareyedgirl, Heather Day, The Other Livvy, Zak Jane Keir, F.F. Sexton, Zoë King, Charlie Powell, BibulousOne, Emmeline Peaches and Girl on the Net.