About the Contributors to Peep Show: Erotic Tales of Voyeurs and Exhibitionists
Cheyenne Blue (“Watcher in the Shadows”) combines her two passions in life and writes travel guides and erotica. Her erotica has appeared in many anthologies, including Best Women’s Erotica, Mammoth Book of Best New Erotica, Best Lesbian Erotica, Best Lesbian Romance, and on many websites. You can read more of her erotica at www.cheyenneblue.com.
Born in Virginia and later raised on a sailboat, Angela Caperton (“Calendar Girl”) has traveled extensively and appreciates the world in all its forms. Her erotic fantasy, Woman of the Mountain, won the 2008 Eppie for Best Erotica, and she has short stories in Lust at First Bite and Girls on Top.
Elizabeth Coldwell (“Audience Participation”) is the editor of the UK edition of Forum. Her stories have appeared in anthologies including Spanked: Red Cheeked Erotica; Yes, Sir and Best Women’s Erotica 2009. One of these days she’ll get round to having a webcam installed.
Andrea Dale’s (“Now You See Her”) stories have appeared in Do Not Disturb and Afternoon Delight, among many others. With coauthors, she has written A Little Night Music and Cat Scratch Fever. “Now You See Her” is a companion story to “Come to My Window,” in Where the Girls Are. More at www.cyvarwydd.com.
Geneva King (“Rosse Buurt”) (www.genevaking.com) has stories appearing in over a dozen anthologies including: Ultimate Lesbian Erotica 2009, Ultimate Undies, Caramel Flava, and Travelrotica for Lesbians 1 & 2. A transplant to Northern MD, she’s constantly on the prowl for her next muse.
Lolita Lopez (“Indecent”) started writing naughty tales to entertain friends as part of her coed procrastination. Study biochemistry or pen a quick story for her girlfriends? No surprise that she’s on a sabbatical from college, eh? Lolita lives in Texas with her medic husband.
Sommer Marsden (“Satisfaction Guaranteed”) bangs out her smut from a small cottage on the East Coast. She has appeared in dozens of print anthologies, numerous dirty magazines, and multiple filthy webzines. She is the author of multiple ebooks found at eXcessica, Whiskey Creek Press Torrid and Eternal Press. You can reach her athot4sommer at yahoo.com.
M. March (“Missing Michael”) is the pseudonym of a writer who has contributed to the New York Post, AfterEllen, AfterElton, Gay City News, Blacktable.com, Self, Complete Woman, Time Out New York, First-Timers and Spanked: Red-Cheeked Erotica. Nonerotica interests include watching cult movies, browsing in bookstores, drinking strong coffee and listening to obscure disco.
L. A. Mistral (“The Theory of Orchids”) has published five erotic novels with Renaissance ebooks and his short stories can also be seen in print in the Cleis publications B Is for Bondage, Got a Minute?, Hide and Seek, and in Bound to Love. He also appears on the Ruthie’s Club, Clean Sheets and Oysters and Chocolate websites.
Nobilis Reed (“Glass”) takes care of his disabled wife, teenage kids, and too many cats, occasionally taking flights of erotic fancy that then become enmeshed in his brain until writing exorcises them. His career in smut has so far produced four novellas, which you can find at www.nobiliserotica.com.
Jennifer Peters (“People in Glass Hotels”) is the associate editor of Penthouse Forum and Girls of Penthouse magazines. Her work has appeared in several places under numerous names, but her bylines in Penthouse and Forum are her favorites.
Malcolm Ross (“Sleeping Beauty”) is the pseudonym of a happily married man (though not one with the same fetish as his protagonist) living deep in suburban Colorado. This is his first published story, though endless fantasies in his head are waiting to be written.
Monica Shores (“Superior”) is a frequent contributor to $pread magazine, where she is also an editor. Her writing appears on Alternet, Boinkology, Popmatters, and filthygorgeousthings.com. While she does not particularly want to be pigeonholed as someone who writes only about sex, she’s also not particularly interested in writing about anything else.
A country boy by breeding, Craig J. Sorensen “Ownership” got his first Peep Show at an adult bookstore in New York City during a senior trip in high school. He’s been peeping ever since, and parlays this fascination into his erotica. His work appears in anthologies and at various online locations including Clean Sheets.
Susan St. Aubin (“Showtime”) has been writing erotica for over twenty years. Her work has been published in Yellow Silk, Libido, Herotica, Best American Erotica, Best Women’s Erotica, Best Lesbian Erotica, and many other journals and anthologies, as well as http://www.cleansheets.com, http://www.fishnetmag.com and http://www.forthegirls.com, and most recently in Lust: Erotic Fantasies for Women.
Kissa Starling “Busted” (www.kissastarling.com) is a woman of many words. Her stories range from sweet to sizzling and everything in between. What started as a few words written in a diary has turned into a full-fledged writing career. She spends time each and every day dreaming up plots, researching settings, and dreaming up characters.
Donna George Storey “Clean and Pretty” (www.donnageorgestorey.com) is the author of Amorous Woman (Neon/Orion). Her fiction has been published in numerous anthologies, including Do Not Disturb: Hotel Sex Stories and X: The Erotic Treasury. She writes a column, “Cooking up a Storey,” for the Erotica Readers and Writers Association.
About the Editor
Rachel Kramer Bussel (“I’ve Only Got Eyes for You”) (www.rachelkramerbussel.com) is an author, editor, blogger, and reading series host. She has edited or coedited over twenty books of erotica, including Bottoms Up: Spanking Good Stories; Spanked; Naughty Spanking Stories from A to Z 1 and 2; The Mile High Club; Do Not Disturb; Tasting Him; Tasting Her; Yes, Sir; Yes, Ma’am; He’s on Top; She’s on Top; Caught Looking; Hide and Seek; Crossdressing; Rubber Sex; Sex and Candy; Ultimate Undies; Glamour Girls; Bedding Down; and the nonfiction collections Best Sex Writing 2008, 2009 and 2010. Her work has been published in over one hundred anthologies, including Best American Erotica 2004 and 2006, Zane’s Chocolate Flava 2 and Purple Panties, Everything You Know About Sex Is Wrong, Single State of the Union and Desire: Women Write About Wanting. She serves as senior editor at Penthouse Variations, and wrote the popular “Lusty Lady” column for The Village Voice.
Rachel has written for AVN, Bust, Cleansheets.com, Cosmopolitan, Curve, Fresh Yarn, The Frisky, Gothamist, Huffington Post, Mediabistro, Newsday, New York Post, Penthouse, Playgirl, Radar, San Francisco Chronicle, Tango, Time Out New York, and Zink, among others. She has appeared on The Martha Stewart Show,The Berman and Berman Show, NY1, Showtime’s Family Business. She has hosted In The Flesh Erotic Reading Series since October 2005, which has featured everyone from Susie Bright to Zane, about which the New York Times’s UrbanEye newsletter said she “welcomes eroticism of all stripes, spots and textures.” She blogs at lustylady.blogspot.com.