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THE JULIETTE SOCIETY

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The Mismade Girl

Sasha Grey
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Sasha Grey
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The Juliette Society

Sasha Grey
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The Flesh Constrained (Modern Erotic Classics)

Cleo Cordell
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Lord Rakka's sexual prowess is exceeded only by his mystical power. Using his talent for alchemy, he and his perfect lover - the fair and angelic Garnetta - travel back through time to 900 BC. There, they encounter a tribe whose lusts know no bounds. The tribe also knows that Rakka possesses the secret of immortality - a secret they will do anything to discover.

Barbara Cardy

BARBARA CARDY originally trained in art, design and construction, before moving through a variety of careers. To date, she has edited twenty-seven anthologies of various kinds. She lives in Kent with her two boys.

Dorothy Starr

Wendy Wootton writes pseudonymously as Dorothy Starr

Editors of Penthouse

Penthouse Magazine has been entertaining readers since 1965. Penthouse is world renowned for its sizzling erotica and thought-provoking editorial. Those who look for provocative, stimulating, and eye-opening tell-alls that inspire and arouse, flock to Penthouse for all that it has to offer.

Laurelin Paige

Laurelin Paige is the New York Times bestselling author of the Fixed Trilogy. She loves a good romance and gets giddy anytime there's kissing, much to the embarrassment of her three daughters. When she isn't reading or writing sexy stories, she's probably singing or dreaming of Michael Fassbender. She's also a proud member of Mensa International, although she doesn't do anything with the organization except use it as material for her bio. You can stay in touch with Laurelin on Facebook/LaurelinPaige and on Twitter: @laurelinpaige. You can also visit her website, www.laurelinpaige.com, to sign up for her newsletter.

Marilyn Jaye Lewis

Marilyn Jaye Lewis is an award-winning author whose works range from fiction, to memoir, to essays and to creative nonfiction. She has been a groundbreaking pioneer in multimedia, working in various arts & literature projects on the Internet continually since 1997. She is an internationally renowned erotica writer as well. Her award-winning erotic fiction has been translated into five languages over the last twenty years. She is a devoted mentor to younger writers and is sought after for her private creative writing workshops. Visit her on the web at marilynjayelewis.com.

Mary Stanley

Mary Stanley was born in London and educated in Dublin. Graduating from Trinity College she has studied and worked in Italy, England, Malta, Ireland and Germany. She is the author of Retreat, Missing, Revenge, Searching for Home and The Umbrella Tree. The Hijacking of Cassie Peters is her seventh novel. She now lives in Dublin. For further information see www.marystanley.com

Maxim Jakubowski

Maxim Jakubowski is a British writer and editor who has been called the king of the erotic thriller and has edited five Mammoth volumes of erotica. He lives in northwest London.

Michael Hemmingson

Michael Hemmingson's first published short novel, The Naughty Yard, was reprinted in The Mammoth Book of International Erotica and is currently being filmed in France and England. He wrote the screenplay for the independent film The Watermelon. He published twenty titles with Blue Moon Books under his name and several pen names, co-edited with Maxim Jakubowski The Mammoth Book of Short Erotic Novels, and has published novels with Forge, Black Mask and Wildside Press. He lives in southern California and works as a journalist in Tijuana, Mexico; his weekly radio show, The Art of Dreaming, plays Wednesdays on Revolution Radio at freedomslips.com.

Michael Perkins

MICHAEL PERKINS is the author of six collections of poetry. The Secret Record, literary criticism, was published by William Morrow in 1976. The Good Parts, selected book reviews, appeared in 1994. Among his other works of fiction and non-fiction are the novels Evil Companions, Dark Matter and Burn. His poems and essays have apeared in The Village Voice, Younger Critics of North America, The Nation, Mother Jones, Paper, Notre Dame Review, Exquisite Corpse, Big Bridge, Talisman, Rain Taxi and American Book Review. He was the Leydig Trust's Writer of the Year in Great Britain in 2002, the recipient of the 2007 Obelisk Award for Lifetime Achievement and the 1957 Dunbar Poetry Prize. Carpe Diem, New and Selected Poems, appeared in 2011.

Roxanne Morgan

Mary Gentle writes pseudonymously as Roxanne Morgan

Samantha Young

Samantha Young is a New York Times, USA Toda and Wall Street Journal bestselling author from Stirlingshire, Scotland. She's been nominated for the Goodreads Choice Award for Best Author and Best Romance for her international bestselling novel On Dublin Street. For more info on Samantha's adult fiction visit http://www.ondublinstreet.com

Selina Seymour

Graeme Grant writes pseudonymously as Selina Seymour

Shelly Bell

A sucker for a happy ending, Shelly Bell writes sensual romantic thrillers. When she's not working her day job, taking care of her family, or writing, you'll find her reading the latest romance.

Tobsha Learner

British playwright and novelist Tobsha Learner has lived in Australia for many years and now divides her time between London, California and Sydney.

Tracy Anne Warren

Tracy Anne Warren is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of more than a dozen romance novels including The Man Plan and The Last Man on Earth. After working in the corporate world for a number of years, she quit her day job to pursue her first love: writing. She has won numerous industry awards, including Romance Writers of America's RITA award, the National Readers' Choice Award, and the HOLT Medallion. She currently lives in Maryland with a small clowder of rescue cats.

Trisha Telep

Trisha Telep has interviewed a myriad of players in the burgeoning edible insect industry, which is currently developing new markets with unfamiliar but curious potential bug-eating consumers in the west including natural history TV presenter and speaker (BBC, ITV, Channel 5, Animal Planet, Channel 4 and Sky Television) Dr Sarah Beynon and her partner, chef Andy Holcroft. Together, they run Grub Kitchen from The Bug Farm, an award-winning scientific research centre on a 100-acre family farm in St Davids, Pembrokeshire, Wales, carrying out world-class, cutting-edge scientific research on environmentally-friendly food production, and serving up innovative dishes to visitors hungry for a taste of the future of sustainable food.

Zara Devereux

Jeanne Montague writes pseudonymously as Zara Devereux