Rachel Kramer Bussel:
Author, editor, and blogger of things EROTICA
When Rachel first moved to NYC she was a law student, but she was also drawn into all of the sexy, fun things happening around her. She bought her first vibrator, attended her first sex party, read a lot of erotic and she had a thought…
How Rachel went from being in law school to writing and editing erotica
The intimate details people share with her when they find out she writes about sex
The misplaced judgment we face when we ascribe meaning to our sexual desires
The remaining and pervasive sexual taboos still around in 2015
The kind of self-pleasure an erotica writer carves out for herself
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Rachel Kramer Bussel is a New York-based author, editor, and blogger who specializes in erotica. She also conducts reading and erotic writing workshops worldwide – including Chicago, Las Vegas, London, New York, San Francisco, and Toronto.
Rachel has written for numerous publications, including CNN.com, Huffington Post, Jezebel, New York Post, New York Observer, Playgirl, and Salon.
She has also edited 40+ anthologies for multiple publishing companies. Six of her anthologies have won Gold Independent Publisher Awards for Erotica and Sexuality/Relationships. Rachel has also contributed her own work to over 100 anthologies.
You can learn more about Rachel, here.