Smart smut, fresh voices, news, and other stuff from the GDP blog.
Hello, hello, friends! Here’s hoping you’re all well. At GDP, we’re welcoming fall. The sun is shining through the russet leaves and our dog is bounding around, loving every minute. (That big goober. She has the longest legs in the known dog universe and gallops like a gazelle.) In the meantime, we have lots of […]
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It’s Lana Fox here, everyone! Today, Maddie Aflame! Book One launches. It’s called The Swallowing Mansion. Frankly, I’ve been extremely lucky with this project. My friend Malin James, who has been a wonderful pre-publication reader for me, has written AMAZING posts on the series. Check out the first here: “On Queer Marginalization: Lana Fox and […]
Sweltering hellos from the Pioneer Valley, everyone! This is Jacob, and I’ll be your guide for Go Deeper Press’ August News Round-Up and Other Fun Stuff!
Hello, dear friends, hello! It’s time we shared some news… So! We have a new, swanky webstore, and in celebration, you can download our new CumShorts: 32 Very Short Stories of Very Filthy Literary Pornography entirely for free, this month. This erotic e-book is brought to you by Jacob Louder and Lana Fox (that’s me!), the […]
Sex can be hard to define if you look at it deeply. I first became aware of this thanks to Greta Christina’s wonderful post “Are We Having Sex Now or What?” in which Christina elegantly shows us that what is sex for one person might not be for the next. I have a theory that […]
I first met Chrissi Sepe because of Anaïs Nin, and I’m very glad I did. She’s an indie author whose delightful essay appears alongside my own piece in “A Cafe in Space: The Anaïs Nin Nin Literary Journal“ (vol. 13), edited by Paul Herron, and her own books include Iggy Gorgess, which I reviewed on Amazon, […]
It occurred to Chip Peters that he had no fucking idea where his gun was, and Deuce didn’t seem inclined to slow down so he could look for it. Deuce had a big cock that seemed possessed with a mind of its own and a map of Chip’s insides, so keenly did it hone in on his prostate. Chip’s head banged the headboard hard enough to deeply dent the cheap wood, probably recycled from another such headboard broken the exact same way.
“Sorry,” Deuce said, but his hips clearly weren’t, ’cause he didn’t slow down none.
“Fuck it. Don’t stop,” Chip said.
Fire burns us and inspires us. Fire can kill us, but also cleanse us. When I think of fiery pain, I remember the stuff that makes us yell or double up. When I think about fiery sex, I dream of sex that is passionate and brave. But what if the fire we felt during pain and passion was accompanied by real flames?
I suffered for years with chronic pain, and writing a book about the ways in which we can find power in our suffering makes me feel vulnerable. I know it’s super-difficult to suffer […]