Identity – an Eroticon Anthology and a Painting

Identity

Why, hello!

Welcome, and pull up a chair and get ready with your clicky finger… I have news of a New Book!

With only a few days left before the big sex blogger and erotica writer convention in London, Eroticon, the lovely folks at Resonance Press have released a collection packed full of sex essays and hot steamy stories just for you. With writing from some of the delegates attending and I’ve had a read – fascinating, exciting and of course, titillating, it should have something to get you going… it’s only 99p/c!

 

So I am super chuffed that the cover features my portrait of Molly Moore. I just missed the deadline for submitting a piece of writing to this book, and was over the moon to be included in such a way.

 

Have you got that finger warmed up? Great! Here’s the all important link to buy. I’m not sure if it will be going up in price in the future so buy now to be sure 😉

 

If you’re going, do please come and say hi, I’m sponsoring the event with my Ruby Glow vibrator and also hosting a workshop with John Benge late Saturday afternoon – we’re hoping folks won’t be too tired to join us, we’ve got lots of fun drawing, writing and general creative mayhem for y’all!

See you soon,

Lots of love Tabitha x x xx

Here’s Identity’s official blurb:

Identity

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.

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