Little Raven Two

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?Adult fiction masterminds? ? Time Out Melbourne ?A refreshing challenge to the boring stereotypes of sex play we see so often in erotic collections.? ? Krissy Kneen, Author of Affection and Triptych After the rollicking erotic adventure of Little Raven Publishing?s first anthology, comes Little Raven Two. This collection of nineteen original pieces takes you from the back room of a bar to the other side of the globe; from marriage to swingers to one-night stands. There are forays into everything from the supernatural to the vegetable crisper ? including an appearance by the not-so-humble blue whale. Little Raven Two shows off Little Raven?s writers in a ??sheer celebration of sexuality in all its wonderful complexities.? ? Krissy Kneen, Author of Affection and Triptych

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About the author (2013)

Talia Eilon has been editing since 1998 and joined Little Raven in 2012. Her first love is fiction and she sees editing as a lesson in writing for both the author and herself. Her favourite genres are speculative - fantasy, weird, gothic - and, of course, erotica.

Sky has a Bachelor of Theatre, a Graduate Diploma of Arts Management, and is undertaking a Bachelor of Creative Writing and Publishing at NMIT. During an Editing subject, Sky suddenly had a revelation/religious experience/epiphany that she was in love - and destined for a life forever entwined with the written word. Well, correcting the written word... Some may call it a disorder, Sky chooses to refer to it as a calling (as least, that's what her therapist has advised...) She is a regular contributor to NMIT's Slam Magazine, and is passionate about supporting local authors and artists.

Lorna Hendry is a writer, editor, graphic designer, and project manager. She also teaches Professional Writing and Editing at RMIT University. Her book, Left & Right, was named an Honour book by the 2018 Children's Book Council of Australia Book of the Year Awards, in the Eve Pownall Award for Information Books category.

Van is a writer, editor and the director of Little Raven Publishing. She is driven by a passion for original, strong, quality erotica.

When not being a workaholic and social moth, Andrew enjoys reading, writing, more reading and all things geek.

Aimee Nichols is an erotic fiction writer living in Melbourne. She is the author of the short story collection The Mercy of Strange Men: Erotic Stories, available in print and ebook formats. Her writing has previously appeared in Under Her Thumb: Erotic Stories of Female Domination (Cleis Press), The Mammoth Book of Best New Erotica Vol 6 (Robinson), Got a Minute?: Sixty Second Erotica (Cleis Press), Ultimate Lesbian Erotica 2006 (Alyson), and many other publications. She is also a burlesque performer (under the name Harlotte Brontё), and co-founder of Va Va Boombah, Melbourne's first fat burlesque troupe.

Ankur wrote poetry for twenty years before moving to Melbourne and writing short erotic fiction and fantasy novels.

Adrea Kore is a writer/performer, residing in Melbourne, Australia. She explores the rich diversity of feminine sexuality through her writing and has recently published Flash Fiction on For the Girls. Her sexy short stories make regular appearances in Erotica Writers and Readers' (ERWA) online gallery. In this guise, this is her first appearance with Little Raven. Intrigued by both the transcendent and transgressive aspects of sexuality, she views writing erotica as a potent imperative, and a way of transforming how sexuality is both perceived and experienced. Adrea is currently working on her first erotica novella.

Marina Kris's erotic fiction and poetry have appeared in more than a dozen magazines and anthologies, including The Erotic Woman, Cliterature and Clean Sheets. She has taken turns as a sculptor, a vampy camp counsellor and a nude figure study model, but writing continues to be her favourite vocation. Her work appeared in Hot Summer Nights 2012 and is forthcoming in L'Allure des Mots.

Les Zigomanis is a Melbourne-based freelance writer and editor. He's had stories and articles published in various journals and a couple of screenplays optioned.

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