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Partial Listing of CES Authors 

Out of high school, I took a plane to NYC. It was in this vivacious city that I found myself and my love for the erotic. I was a designer, costumer and free thinker with a thing for tough chicks and sweet boys. I met my amazing partner in life, who encouraged me to submit my filthy stories. They can now be found in several erotic anthologies: Rode Hard, Put Away Wet: Lesbian Cowboy Erotica, Call of the Dark: Lesbian Tales of the Supernatural, Ultimate Lesbian Erotica 2006, Blood Sisters: Lesbian Vampire Tales, Tales of Travelrotica for Lesbians, Locked & Loaded, Lipstick on Her Collar & Other Tales of Lesbian Lust, and Rubber Sex. Due out soon are Screaming Orgasms and Sex on the Beach, Drag Kings, and Working Girls. In regards to my writing, in general, I don't believe in flowers and poetry, but balls to the wall sex. Fucking. We live in Portland, OR with a very bitch cat.

Tenille is a southern writer, wife and mother whose work has been featured online and in print in anthologies including Do Not Disturb, Tasting Him, The Greenwood Encyclopedia of African American Women Writers, Iridescence, Glamour Girls, Ultimate Undies, A is for Amour, F is for Fetish, D is for Dress Up, Amazons, Rubber Sex and Naughty or Nice. She shops obsessively for shoes, hats and purses and keeps an online blog on her MySpace page,

Pepper has published several books with Liquid Silver Books, including The Zebra Wore Fishnets and The Zebra Wore Red Stockings, Amber Quill Press, Whiskey Creek Press, and Samhain Publishing. She currently lives in Utah with her husband and two cats. She hopes to complete her Masters degree in Literature in May, 2008.

Lee Hudson

Lee has been freelancing erotic stories to the Internet’s hottest websites for over ten years. His work ranges from sweet romance to scorching tales of lust, and everything in between. He has a particular interest in fetishism & BDSM fantasies, and can accommodate any level of kink. Equally at home with male-male, bi and heterosex tales, Lee is truly a jack-of-all-trades. He is currently at work on several novels for the e-publishing market – look for more details here at CES!


Ciele Lacasse

Ciele (pronounced C-L) is a new emerging writer on the erotica scene. She has written dozens of erotic stories personally tailored for individual tastes and desires. Her fresh ideas and writing styles are not for the faint-of-heart, as she enjoys writing about edge play, taboo and domination/submission. She is a member of the Erotica Readers and Writers Association and lives in Canada

Gwen writes. And writes. And writes. She's written thousands of short stories, columns, and articles, most of which have been published in various venues, both in print and online. She's written a handful of erotic novels, including an erotic memoir. All of her books have met with great reviews and happy readers. Under other pseudonyms she writes everything from horror to sweet, innocent romance. She also runs her own freelance business –it’s safe to say Gwen’s a busy girl! She wears out a new computer keyboard every few months and cherishes her thesaurus. On the personal side of things, Gwen is happily married to a guy who feeds her musical obsessions. They spend a lot of time on the road and always come home with way too many antiques for their own good. When they aren't traveling, they reside in an historic home in the shadow of Nashville's famous Music Row.

Lisabet Sarai became addicted to words at an early age. She began reading when she was four. She wrote her first story at five years old and her first poem at seven. Since then, she has written plays, tutorials, scholarly articles, marketing brochures, software specifications, self-help books, press releases, a five-hundred page dissertation, and lots of erotica and erotic romance – nearly one hundred titles, and counting, in nearly every sub-genre—paranormal, scifi, ménage, BDSM, GLBTQ, and more. Regardless of the genre, every one of her stories illustrates her motto: Imagination is the ultimate aphrodisiac.

Cate Shea

Cate Shea is good at taking direction. Just give her a few details and watch your fantasy come to life via her talented pen, whether that fantasy is a deliciously sweet first date or the filthiest of fuckfests. Butch/femme is a particular love, and under another name, Cate has published in various lesbian anthologies. She is an equal opportunity eroticist, however, and if it turns you on, Cate can get with it. Although she has been writing and editing smut for decades, she remains fascinated by all the sexy, naughty, raunchy, romantic things people of all genders and combinations get into. Let Cate whip up a little something creative you can come back to again and again. Cate is at your service!

Marcy is the editor of a dozen collections of erotica, including Herotica 4-6, Best Women’s Erotica 2000-2005, and The Oy of Sex: Jewish Women Write Erotica. Her sex stories, essays and features have been widely anthologized, and her book SEX FOR THE CLUELESS was published by Kensington Press in 2001.

Ellen Tevault loves writing about superheroes, erotica of all flavors (vanilla, BDSM, fetish, heterosexual, gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender) and other naughty things. She currently edits for individual writers, e-publishers and formerly for two webzines. Also, she edited Superqueeroes, a collection of superhero stories, coming out in 2011. She’s writing a superhero novel. Her short stories are published in several anthologies. Her first attempt at writing female dominance and male submissive erotica was published in Yes, Ma’am.

Gay author and editor.

Kendra is the poorly hidden pen name of a widely published author of erotica and speculative fiction—she just thought it would be fun to add yet another name to her extensive list of pseudonyms. As the mood strikes her, she writes vanilla or kinky, straight or bi or lesbian, funny or serious, long or short, contemporary or fantastic. When not writing, she travels, works on her historic home, randomly pops up in the front row at her favorite band’s shows, adores her iPhone, and hopes there’s another bottle of champagne chilling in the fridge. Which really isn’t very different from what she says about all her other pseudonyms.