Michel Alvès (14 September 1940, Nice) is a French writer.
He is the author of four novels:
Alison Tyler (born ca 1969 ) is the pseudonym of an American author, editor and publisher of erotica, living in Northern California. She has authored over 20 explicit novels, hundreds of short stories and has edited more than 60 erotic anthologies. She runs her own publishing company, Pretty Things Press (“Pretty on the outside, dirty […]
Michael Hemmingson (July 12, 1966 – January 9, 2014) was a novelist, short story writer, literary critic, cultural anthropologist, qualitative researcher, playwright, and screenwriter. He died in Tijuana, Mexico on 9 January 2014. The reported cause was cardiac arrest. As an independent scholar, Hemmingson wrote the meditation, Gordon Lish and His Influence on Twentieth Century […]
Miodrag Kojadinović (Serbian Cyrillic: Миодраг Којадиновић, pronounced [mǐodraɡ kojadǐːnoʋit͡ɕ], born 1961) is a Canadian-Serbian linguist, interpreter, translator, writer, anthropologist, and theoretician of gender and sexuality. Born in Negotin, he completed his academic education in Canada, Serbia, and Hungary, worked in three embassies (transferring to the Canadian Embassy to Belgrade when James Bissett was ambassador there), in […]
Victoria Aihar (Montevideo, 19 April 1978), is a Uruguayan web designer, programmer and author. She studied at Crandon Institute, and also studied English, French and Arabic. She graduated as a Web designer in 2001, and she is currently working as a programmer and a writer. She got married in 2000. She published her erotic novels […]
Frederic Mullally (25 February 1918 – 7 September 2014) was a British journalist, public relations executive, and novelist. He was born in London. Mullally’s journalism career began in India where, from 1937 to 1949, he was sub-editor on The Statesman of Calcutta, then editor of the Sunday Standard of Bombay. Back in London he worked […]