Jean-Jacques Bouchard (30 October 1606, in Paris – 26 August 1641, in Rome) was a French writer. He was the son of Jean Bouchard, Secretary of the King, and Claude Merceron, a relation of Gilles Ménage, from a recently ennobled family composed of judges. Bouchard was an author of erotic literature and notably published Confessions.
Shoshanna Evers (born April 1980) is an American author of contemporary and erotic romance novels and novellas, and the editor and publisher of non-fiction books on writing and publishing. She is notable for being the co-founder of SelfPubBookCovers.com, the first website ever created where authors could customize original pre-made book covers and instantly download them, […]
Simon Sheppard is a writer of gay erotica and a sex-advice columnist from San Francisco. He is the author of many books of gay sex writing, including Man on Man: The Best of Simon Sheppard, Sodomy!, Jockboys, Kinkorama: Dispatches From the Front Lines of Perversion, In Deep, and Sex Parties 101. He is also the […]
Thomas Nashe (baptised November 1567 – c. 1601) [also Nash] was an Elizabethan playwright, poet, satirist and a significant pamphleteer.:5 He is known for his novel The Unfortunate Traveller, his pamphlets including Pierce Penniless, and his numerous defences of the Church of England. Nashe was the son of the parson William Nashe and Janeth (née […]
Una Chi (born Bruna Bianchi, Milan, 1942) is an Italian writer and translator. A strong erotic identity is manifest in her works and she is distinguished, among other characteristics, by her scholarly and coldly analytical prose and the cruelty of her stories. Born in Milan in 1942, Bruna Bianchi now teaches German literature at the […]
Salpe was an ancient Greek midwife cited by Pliny the Elder, and a writer of a work called the Paignia mentioned in Athenaeus’ Deipnosophistae. It is not certain whether the Salpe mentioned by Pliny and the Salpe mentioned by Athenaeus were different people. Pliny cites Salpe six times in his Natural History. She is described […]