Category: Erotica

Ponygirl Accident

Trouble at the track. Can they ever be extricated?

The True Face of Sauron

Say the name Sauron and most people will think of this armored character from The Lord of the Rings movies, or a giant burning eye. But in the books Tolkien never spoke of Sauron’s Third Age physical form except in abstracts, saying only that he was  “not fair” which could mean anything. So, inspired by …

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Hot and Bothered

The very first story I had published professionally (which means, by my definition, I got paid for, and I could hold the book in my hot little hands) was about a woman who turns, or is turned into, an espresso machine, and all the various sensations she experiences as coffee and creamer emerge from her …

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Djinn

  This lovely cover for Vol. 12 of the graphic novel series Djinn is by Spanish illustrator Ana Miralles, who also serves as the series’ artist. Djinn is an adult-oriented (read: lots of sex) action-adventure-intrigue story about harem life in the Ottoman Empire.

Va-va-va-VORE

Why is explorer lady wearing high-heeled pumps in the jungle?

Atompunk Reading

In the Atompunk Age, manly men read books like this one, accompanied by a dry martini.

All Things Charn: The Fanfics [Reviews]

  In this post I am taking a detour from Charn to talk about fanfic of Charn. Narnian fanfic has been on the internet for at least two and a half decades, though not in the massive amounts inspired by the Disney live-action movies. The pre-Disney fanfics were based on the books, and far more …

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Swooning Spaceman

For a change, the BEM (Bug-eyed monster, even though it’s a robot) is carrying away a strapping but unconscious young man instead of a scantily clad young woman. His plight is equally dire as the robot seems none too friendly.

The Hills Have Eyes

And other body parts as well, apparently. Artwork by the great Ed Emshweller.

Chanteuse

Distinctive cover for a pulpy men’s paperback, I’m guessing from the late 1960s by the singer’s teased hair and polka-dotted bodysuit. However the chest straps are very un-1960s, even for Paco Rabanne. And note those clawed hands, hard eyeliner, and sad Francoise Hardy face!