Tag Archives: sex
I’m posting this late today because I fell asleep and I dreamed. A lot. But not about any of these six things, interestingly.
Unfortunately, both the book and the film are not what the advertising says. They’re not romantic, and they’re not good portrayals of healthy BDSM. I’d personally rather you didn’t spend your money on them. SIX OF THE BEST… ways to … Continue reading
If you’ve never thought about polyamory, I’m not saying you have to. I’m just saying, here are six of the best things about it, couched in definitions of what it isn’t. SIX OF THE BEST… things about polyamory – The … Continue reading
My parents didn’t realize this, but nine-year-old me was reading novels aimed at adults. I was an advanced reader, to be sure, but I’m pretty certain my parents would not have been pleased with me reading books with semi-explicit sex … Continue reading
My short-story “Greener”, first published in Asimov’s, has been reprinted in audio form by StarShipSofa. So if you missed it before, now is an excellent time to hear it. “Greener” in StarShipSofa No 313
So here’s the thing about Serpent’s Storm, the third Death’s Daughter book by Amber Benson: at first I thought she’d turned into Laurell K. Hamilton. Then I thought she was writing a madcap roller-coaster adventure. Then I got completely lost. … Continue reading
Roseman looks at some current trends to explore love, sex and relationships in the near future, through the eyes of a young man who regrets his decision not to renew his relationship contract with his partner after eight years and … Continue reading
nevver: The Sex Scene As someone who’s written a fair amount of sex scenes… yeah, I’d say this is pretty accurate.
Josh Roseman’s short story, “Greener,” is a love story set in the medium future (if I read the hint correctly, 2080). When Scott decides not to renew their four-year contract for a third term, Naomi is furious. Scott tries to … Continue reading
My short-story “Greener”, which I’m very proud of, is in the April/May 2012 issue of Asimov’s. Click here to put it in your eyeballs. “Greener” in Asimov’s
Warp drive. Hyperspeed. Folding space. Immersion. The Infinite Improbability Drive. Read five different pieces of science fiction and you’re guaranteed to find five different propulsion methods with five different names. But one thing I can guarantee is that you’ve never … Continue reading