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Kevin Killian on the Hot-and-Sweaty Huddle

e5saNlBnIYKVCMfVcKj9wTJQpbYU2w4EUYByW8KGl04So, did we ever tell you what the amazing Kevin Killian told Angela Tavares about her hot collection, Huddle: Sex with Sporty Queers? He said (*clears throat*) “I enjoyed it thoroughly!”

Thoroughly, I tell you!

Kevin Killian, reading your praise made our jock straps kinda sweaty.

Speaking of perspiration, Huddle, if you haven’t heard, is a collection of erotic stories by Dario Dalla Lasta, Benji Bright, Tamsin Flowers, Theophilia St. Claire, and Christopher Stoddard. In this don’t-show-your-grandma-unless-she’s-into-it tome, the sports field gets sweaty, the cloakrooms get even sweatier, and the boy-on-boy bodies, well, they’re the sweatiest yet. I’m proud of Angela’s collection, and the stories by these bold and bitchin’ authors, because they’re not afraid to enjoy sex to the full — and feel it honestly and hotly on the page.

Wanna see some of Dario Dalla Lasta’s story, “Game Set Match”? Click here.

Now, I told you that to tell you this: GDP author Jacob Louder is currently completing his final draft of a novella called First. First isn’t your usual erotica. And if you get upset about Nabakov’s Lolita, stop reading now. Because First follows the hot exploits of Nico Ericsson, a 14-year old queer with a passion for teens of all genders, including Robbie and his acceptance of his genderqueer identity, Hannah with her incredible — oh God — incredible mouth, and a whole lot of others.

Because teenagers have sex. And we all know it. What’s more, powerful authors, like Dennis Cooper for instance, show us this, time and again. And teen sex is not only some of the hottest sex possible — it is also the sex where we’re often finding ourselves, accepting ourselves, challenging ourselves, expressing ourselves. Whether solo or partnered, teen sex is the place where our sexual bodies are born, where we are told we are shameful but explore it all anyway, where our inner heroes are born and raised, where many of us give the finger to what we’re told to be.

Yes, teenagers have sex. With themselves, with teens, and sometimes with adults. And as an anti-censorship publisher who is fed up of being told we can’t write about certain kinds of humanity, we couldn’t be more excited about Jacob’s First.

Now, Jacob won’t tell you this, but I can: It’s beautiful. And hot. And it’s told from the heart and loins.

Watch this space for your free sample, coming soon. YES!

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Sneak Peek at PornoCore, Courtesy of Jacob Louder and Tamsin Flowers

20112985_sHi! It’s Sunday and, if you’re in the northeastern part of the U.S., kinda snowy and wet and dreary. So why not warm up with an excerpt from Jacob Louder’s story “Straight Shooter,” which will be live on our  website December 20 (the full version) in celebration of our first birthday and our new imprint, PornoCore? It’s running as Day 15 on Tamsin Flower’s Superotica Advent Calendar (catch Lana’s excerpt, too, while you’re at it!). As the picture implies (thanks, Tasmin!), Jake’s story is all kinds of sexy, and we do hope you enjoy it. Let us know, won’t you?

Stay snuggled.

-A.

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Free Xmas Erotica from Tamsin Flowers

From TamsinFlowers.com

From TamsinFlowers.com

Hello, folks. Lana here. I have been slow to let you know that GDP author Tamsin Flowers included an excerpt from my story in Femme Fatale yesterday, as part of her gorgeous Supererotica Advent Calendar. And today, she features an excerpt from her sexy Cherries on Top — love this one. Check it out!

Also, our own Jacob Louder’s sexy advent calendar excerpt will be up on the 15th, so you can wait for that with baited breath.

Thank you, Tamsin. You really are the sexy Santa!

Thanks for reading! Guzzle up our sexy reads at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or Go Deeper Press (for all e-readers), and we’ll love you forever. Hearts.

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Free Erotic Stories – Shoes, Twins, and Threeways

Pic from VivaXO.com

Pic from VivaXO.com

We believe in erotica for all at GDP. That’s why we’re thrilled to share a few free erotic freebies with you! Catch Peep Toe — a full erotic shoe-fetish story — at the fabulous VivaXO.com. Get in with those con artist twins in our free reads section. And while you’re at it, take a peek at Annabeth Leong’s Too Much to Give, Jacob Louder’s Third Party Extension, and Tamsin Flowerserotic advent calendar, no less, not to mention an erotic excerpt by Erzabet Bishop today.

Speaking of Erotica for All, go and check out Lucy Felthouse’s brilliant site.

And have a hot day!

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Sophie Bulldog’s Bitchin’ Review of Zombie Erotoclypse by Tamsin Flowers

Sophie Bulldog, bitch and erotica reviewer.

Sophie Bulldog, bitch and erotica reviewer.

Trot on over to BookBoner for Sophie Bulldog’s first bitchin’ erotic review. I quote:

“Anyhump, I’ve been enjoying Zombie Erotoclypse by Tamsin Flowers. It’s erotica. Not dog erotica, but  it does contain zombies in chains–pretty great to see humans being tied up for a change instead of humble bulldogs. (If only I had opposable thumbs.) But overall…” [Read more here.]

And since we’re on the talented Tamsin, her gorgeous Lucky Mascot appears in Huddle: Sex with Sporty Queers (vol. 1, Boys’ Varsity) which is also available for NOOK or at a special price at Go Deeper Press.

What’s more, have you heard of the amazing Erotica for All? You can find free reads there (here’s an erotic excerpt from Con), info about authors, great posts around erotica, and much much more. Go take a look!

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Go On and Celebrate With the “Dirty Little Authors”

This past Wednesday was a big day for Go Deeper Press. Truth be told, Lana and I, and 24 other erotic writers, kinda busted our asses to produce, what I’d consider, an effing hot flash fiction collection. And then October 23rd rolled around, and there it was: Dirty Little Numbers live on the web and available for all. So far, it’s been really well-received, and we couldn’t be prouder.

That said, a buzz this big doesn’t happen without a little help from your friends. The Dirty Little Numbers authors turned out to be a true marketing/promotional force to be dealt with. Check out some of the celebratory posts on the blogs of a number of writers from the Dirty Little Numbers roster, and while you’re there, poke around a bit. These writers are huge on brains and heart.

You know that feeling you get when everyone around you loves a project just as much as you do, and the energy is good and high, and you huddle up to provide encouragement, and when the huddle breaks, you smack everyone on the ass? Well, this past Wednesday, it happened virtually. Okay. Here’s the proof:

RACHEL KRAMER BUSSEL | My Rihanna-Inspired Flash Fiction Story “Teamwork” Out Now in Dirty Little Numbers

“I’d been touting the Go Deeper Press call for submissions for this one in my erotic writing workshops because it’s a challenge and an art to write a full, sexy story in 500 words or less, but it can be done. I’m looking forward to reading all the others, and strongly recommend writing short, either like this, or the 1,200 word limit, such as in my books Gotta Have It and The Big Book of Orgasms. It’s amazing how much you can cut out when you have such a strict word count; it forces you to boil down the essence of what makes your story.” READ MORE

TAMSIN FLOWERS | You Like It Fast? Try Dirty Little Numbers

“It’s out at last! The book with what simply has to be the best cover in erotica this year is finally available to buy—and I couldn’t be more excited by what I’ve discovered between the covers.” READ MORE

ANNABETH LEONG | Dirty Little (Sex-Positive) Numbers

“Just yesterday, I was talking with a friend about the periodic waves of corporate censorship that erotica writers face. My friend commented that comedians facing censorship have the magic word “satire” on their side—and wondered if erotica writers have any similar get-out-of-jail-free card.” READ MORE

(Also see Annabeth’s “Dirty Little Read-Through: The Sexy Eyelashes of ‘Under Captain Jack’ by Kristina Lloyd,” simply because we love all of our activist authors, you do not want to miss this.)

KRISTINA LLOYD | Dirty Little Numbers

“Dirty Little Numbers, an anthology of flash fiction, is out today, 23rd Oct! My story, “Under Captain Jack,” is the opening piece in the book. Kicking off a collection is always a thrill, and being first also means my short short can be read for free on Amazon’s Look Inside Thingy—in less than 2 minutes! (I timed it, and I’m a slow reader.)” READ MORE

GISELLE RENARDE | Dirty Little Numbers

“I’m going to write a review right now. I don’t usually review fiction, but I’m going to do it anyway.” READ MORE

MIA HOPKINS | Release Day for Dirty Little Numbers

“It’s here! It’s here! Flash fiction anthology Dirty Little Numbers from Go Deeper Press was released today. Oh, my gosh. I’m having palpitations.” READ MORE

You can get your copy of Dirty Little Numbers from godeeperpress.com, Amazon, and Barnes & Noble. (Google Play coming soon, once it stops giving me angina attacks.) As always and always, thank you for your support! 

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Dirty Little Numbers – This Wednesday, One Big Release!

Coming this Wednesday, Oct 23rd, 2013!

Coming this Weds, Oct 23rd, 2013!

We’ve got goosebumps. See, this Wednesday (October 23rd, 2013), we’ll be launching our collection of hot, super-short erotic stories. Seriously, if you think a story of several pages can be hot, just imagine how such stories can be if you condense them right down and focus on the juice.

(Hey, did someone turn the heat on, or am I having a body response?)

Anyhoo, we’re thrilled to announce our Dirty Little Numbers authors below. And if you’d like a sneak peek at some of the sexy fayre we’ll be publishing, take a look at Jacob Louder’s delicious debut.

Benji Bright, Erzabet Bishop, Daniel Burnell, T.J. Caliber, Heather Day, Stephen Dorneman, Arianna Douglas, Jeremy Edwards, Tamsin Flowers, Lana Fox, Abyssinia Grey, Nikki Haze, Madeleine Hennefield, Mia Hopkins, Waffle Irongirl, Regina Kammer, Rachel Kramer Bussel, Adrea Kore, Axa Lee, Annabeth Leong, Kristina Lloyd, Jacob Louder, Raziel Moore, Giselle Renarde, Shane St. John, and Angela Tavares.

That’s the list. So you can see why we’re sizzling.

In the meantime, thanks for stopping by. And please support indie erotica by browsing our e-books at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or Go Deeper Press. We heart you.

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Huddle Author Stats and Facts: Tamsin Flowers

Over the course of the next few days, visit our blog to meet some of the authors of the astoundingly hot and totally fruity stories of Huddle: Sex With Sporty Queers. First up is Tamsin Flowers, since she was kind enough to say, “Yes! Sample my story!” (you can right here), and because her author photo is smokin’, and I’m all about pictures of women who are smokin’

13611061_sYour name:  Tamsin Flowers

Your position: Sexual or otherwise?

Your favorite sport, assuming there is one: Although I don’t play it anymore, and when I did, I played it badly, it would have to be lacrosse.  For the uninitiated, this involves rushing round the grass pitch as fast as you can with a lacrosse stick (a stick with a leather and cat gut net at the end) held at head height, while “cradling” a hard, hard, dangerous, small ball in the net and, at opportune moments, catapulting said ball towards one of your teammates or the opposing goalie.  Yes, it is dangerous.  I remember my terror, when I began playing, at being told stories about the ghosts haunting the abandoned lower lacrosse pitch–the ghosts of girls who’d all been hit in the temple with a lacrosse ball and DIED!  I think cradling a lacrosse ball was one of the hardest things I ever mastered, and so nothing was more satisfying than running down the pitch, cradling the ball, evading the opposition, who are bashing at you with their sticks, and firing that ball into goal.  I think I did that once…maybe.

Your favorite place to write: I actually don’t care where I write, as long as the conditions are right: solitude, silence, and all my technology working properly.  When solitude and silence are in short supply, I can become very ratty and unpleasant. I would love to have a little writer’s shed (possibly, a more luxurious office, rather than a shed) where I could shut myself away for absolutely hours at a time.  So, everyone, please buy my books, so the shed can move from dream to reality!

Your favorite character in your “Huddle” story (your “writer’s pet”) and why:  Although I adore Jed, the main character in my story, “Lucky Mascot,” I have even more of a soft spot for the star pitcher, Dick Gunnison.  There’s something of a puppy dog about him and, in my mind, he has the best smile ever.

Your definition of “queer”: The way people use the word “queer” has really changed over the course of my life.  When I was young, it was something of a derogatory term that my parents (although not particularly homophobic) would use in hushed tones, as in, “I think he might be a bit queer,” and, to them, it was something a little alien that they knew very little about. (“A bit”?  What did they mean?) My own understanding of the term came from watching John Hurt’s extraordinary performance as Quentin Crisp in “An Englishman Abroad.” I sat and watched this with my parents when I was maybe 12 or 13, squirming with embarrassment at the sexually open subject matter, but was unable to tear myself away. It was such a tour de force.  As I grew older, the term “queer” was espoused for the word “gay,” and now, of course, it’s been reclaimed by the LGBT community.  According to generation and geography, it’s a word that has different connotations for different people, and to be honest, I’m a little wary of sticking labels on individuals. Certainly, when I write, I never actually declare a character to be straight or gay or anything else.  They just are what they are and do what they do, depending on the story.

Your first moment realizing that you write sex really well:  Sorry?  Just let me read that sentence again!  Seriously, that moment hasn’t arrived, and I don’t think it will. I’m a writer, so, naturally, I think my work could be much better if I only managed to find the better, “righter” words.  The first time I realized I could write sex that wasn’t squirm-inducingly awful?  Probably the day I sold my first story a couple of years ago, but I still wondered if the publishers had sent the acceptance by mistake and would eventually realise I was a bit of a fraud.  And I think that to this day, whenever a story’s accepted.  (Please, Go Deeper, suspend your disbelief in me for just a little longer….)

Your contact stuff:  My website is Tamsin’s Superotica, I’m @TamsinFlowers on Twitter, and I can be reached at  tamsin.flowers@gmail.com.

You can get Tamsin’s “Lucky Mascot” and the rest of Huddle’s amazing stories for free until Monday, September 16. If you’re late to the game, bro, they’ll be no playing time for you, so get it now!

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Don’t Screw With the Wing. Get Huddle for Free.

e5saNlBnIYKVCMfVcKj9wTJQpbYU2w4EUYByW8KGl04The new school year has dawned, and to celebrate everyone’s return to wholesome academia, Huddle: Sex With Sporty Queers is available as a free download at godeeperpress.com until Monday, September 16. Our party doesn’t stop there, however. Hell, we’re practically daring you to download Huddle with what follows: a teaser from Tamsin Flower’s “Lucky Mascot,” which, of course, is in the anthology, and you’re going to love it—the story, the collection, the whole shebang. I mean, how could you not? It’s free.

So, here’s what you missed from “Lucky Mascot,” up to this point: Our good narrator, Jed Marshall, has spotted a shadowy figure drifting its way across the baseball field at St. Ignacious and dipping into the locker rooms. Curious, of course, Jed follows, wondering who’s up so late, especially since St. I’s baseball team has a huge game against their biggest rivals the next day. Enter Jed. Enter Dick. Enter a scorching blowjob that may inspire your weekend activities.

Enjoy.

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“Hello? Anybody there?”

“Who’s that?” It was the sharp response of someone who didn’t want to be disturbed.

“Jed Marshall,” I said, tentatively pushing open the door to the locker room and leaning against the jamb.

On one of the benches inside, with his back resting against a row of lockers, sat a picture-perfect jock, with a blond brush cut and wide-set blue eyes. Square jaw, wide neck, broad shoulders. He also had the biggest boner I’d ever seen pushing out against his sweat pants. I felt a kick in my own pants and lost a breath.

“Hey, I know you,” he said, looking me up and down with an expression more predatory than friendly.

I shrugged. I didn’t recognize him.

“You’re that kid, aren’t you? Used to come to all the matches and is in all the team pictures—Dean Marshall’s kid?”

I nodded. I could never play anonymous. The hall was lined with Founders’ Team photos going back years and, as the lucky mascot, I was in every single one of them in my miniature team uniform.

“The team lucky mascot,” he said, cracking a wide smile. He didn’t seem the least embarrassed or concerned about the bulge in his pants.

“I can’t deny it.”

He held out his hand for me to shake, which I did. He had an incredibly strong grip.

“Dick Gunnison.”

I sat down on the bench opposite him.

“You in the game tomorrow?” I said.

He nodded. “Pitcher.”

I whistled. That was some pressure. “Shouldn’t you be home in bed?”

“Can’t sleep.” He glanced down at his groin.

“It’s pretty impressive,” I said, and I meant it. What I wouldn’t have given to get my mouth around his piece. “Why don’t you just…?”

“Jack off?”

I nodded enviously.

Gunnison held up the hand I’d shaken a moment before and looked at it with an expression of awed wonder. “Can’t do it, man. It’s my lucky pitching hand.”

“It’s not gonna break off from just beating your meat,” I said.

He laughed and massaged his knuckles with his other hand. “Listen, I jack off every night to get to sleep. But whenever I jack off the night before a game, the arm spectacularly fails at the critical moment. Like last year, when we played the Bishops. I needed a curveball to see off their star in the final innings. My arm goes soft, and I throw a meatball. I can’t do it again. I gotta do great tomorrow. There are scouts in town.”

Our little Founders’ Weekend match didn’t often attract scouts from any of the major league teams. They’d only come all the way out here if they’d heard there was someone worth seeing. And if they were in town, chances were, as pitcher, Gunnison would be in their crosshairs. So he was right. He couldn’t afford to fuck up.

“But you gotta sleep. You can’t play if you haven’t slept,” I said.

He put his head in his hands. “I’m so fucking tired,” he said. “But I can’t screw with the wing.”

It was too obvious to come in a blinding flash. I didn’t really give it any thought at all. I simply knelt down in front of him and rested my hands on the waistband of his pants. I glanced up to check he was okay with this. You never know with some jocks: Touch ‘em and it can be like you’ve shocked them with a Taser. But Dick Gunnison was fine with it. The tension had gone out of his eyes, and he shifted his hips forward on the seat so he could lean back.

I slid his sweatpants down his thighs, gently disentangling his cock from the elastic waistband. He wasn’t wearing any shorts underneath, and his giant namesake swung up into my face like it was spring-loaded.

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Darren Young Comes Out on Camera

Pic nabbed with thanks from prowrestling.it

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We love it when well-known folks come out, so when WWE superstar Darren Young did just that in an interview with TMZ, in a totally spontaneous way, GDP got out its hanky and dabbed an emotional tear.  The interview is well-worth a watch, and the interviewer totally embraced the moment. Wonderful.

Of course, there are many ways of coming out, and this is just one of them.  For many, I’m sure, there are different phases to “coming out.” For myself, I came out as gay long before I slept with a woman, and that, in itself, was a powerful experience of coming out to myself, of coming out to my body, my soul.

In fact, when I was first enjoying Huddle: Sex with Sporty Queers (Vol 1: Boys Varsity), I was touched to see this in Angela’s introduction:

“Queer” is most definitely the right word to describe the characters in this collection. This is not a gay male anthology—at least that’s not the way it reads to me. In fact, there are few, if any, instances where any of them announce their sexuality. In Huddle, there is fluidity and discovery.There is resistance and denial, and there is dominance and extremely willing submission. There are no admissions, declarations, or late-night confessions. These are stories about boys and men who love and lust. No labels required.

Do these characters come out to themselves in this anthology? Do they need to come out at all? Do you think some of them are first-timers in terms of M/M sex? We’d love to hear your opinions when you’ve read the collection, which, by the way, you can buy here for just 99 cents, or on Amazon or B&N.

And congratulations to Darren Young! Yes, oh yes, oh yes.

Coming on August 5th!

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