Michel Alvès (14 September 1940, Nice) is a French writer.
He is the author of four novels:
Erika Renee Land (born August 9, 1983) is an American 21st-century war poet, author, and motivational speaker. She has published two poetry collections that chronicle her experiences as a pharmacy technician while helping the Global War on Terrorism efforts, several lesbian fiction novels, and academic articles. Land was born in Norfolk, Virginia, on August 9, […]
H. Bonciu, or Horia Bonciu (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈhori.a ˈbont͡ʃju]; reportedly born Bercu, Beniamin or Hieronim Haimovici, also known as Bonciu Haimovici, Haimovici Bonciu; May 19, 1893 – April 27, 1950), was a Romanian novelist, poet, journalist and translator, noted especially as an atypical figure on his country’s avant-garde scene. His work, comprising several volumes of poetry […]
Maîtresse Françoise (pen name Annick Foucault) is a publicly known dominatrix in Paris, France. Her autobiography was published in France by publisher Éditions Gallimard. Annick Foucault was born in the South of France. Her childhood was marred by the loss of her father. After having been the victim of an accident, she consecutively had no […]
Cassandra Rios, alias Odete Rios (1932, São Paulo — March 8, 2002) was a Brazilian fiction, mystery and specially lesbian erotica books writer. Her parents were Spanish outcasts from Spanish Civil war. Read: Maîtresse Françoise
Teresa Lo is an Asian-American author, blogger, television personality, and screenwriter. Her young adult novel, Hell’s Game, was an Amazon bestseller in 2013; and her Asian-American series, The Red Lantern Scandals, received media attention because of its graphic depiction of Asian-American female sexuality. Hyphen Magazine wrote, “The book is not just about sex but about […]