Tease and Thank You

March 27, 2010

The venerable Violet Blue has created a trailer for Sweet Love: Erotic Fantasies for Couples. In this terrific teaser, Violet reads the introduction to the anthology, using lovely, lascivious images to complement each author's story.



Didn't that seriously sizzle?

Curiouser and curiouser,
Allison Wonderland

Creative License

March 13, 2010

The other day, in the post office parking lot, there were two vans sitting side-by-side. One license plate read EXCITED and the other read NAUGHTY.

I hope that the following excerpt from "A Week and a Whip" will elicit both of those feelings in you.

To set the scene, our protagonist is with her girlfriends, venting and lamenting her boyfriend Jesse's wham-bam-when-will-this-be-over-ma'am approach to sex.

"You told me once that Jesse is the first guy you've dated who has no interest in, um, in pornography, right?"

It's true. Jesse isn't a sleaze, please type of guy. None of it stimulates him. Not if it's captured on celluloid, not if it's circulating in cyberspace. He flinches at the sight of women in the throes of faux ecstasy, winces at the plight of vixens immersed in violence, voyeurism, and vulgarity. Even Sapphic smut fails to whet Jesse's appetite. Soft-core or hardcore, it's all an eyesore to him.


"Maybe it's not disgust that he feels when he looks at those kinds of images. Maybe it's envy."


Envy.


Envy?


Envy!


Finally, a gem of advice amongst cubic zirconias.


"Perhaps he hasn't told you how he feels because he's worried you'll think he's depraved."


That's just like Jesse, worried I'll think he's depraved. He doesn't even curse in my presence, because he's afraid he'll offend my delicate sensibilities.


"You're a sex life saver," I gush, giving her a much-deserved squeeze and thank you.


Well, it looks like the old in-and-out has gotten old and is on its way out. I need to start thinking outside the box. To be more precise, I need to start thinking outside
my box. (Hey, when I get horny, I get corny, what can I say?)

I can say that I'm confident I can fix this.


Yes.


Just give me a week.


And a whip.


Curiouser and curiouser,
Allison Wonderland

Phallus in Wonderland

March 9, 2010

Sweet Love: Erotic Fantasies for Couples is now available! This anthology, edited by Violet Blue and published by Cleis Press, includes my brand spanking new spanking story, "A Week and a Whip."

The publication of this story not only marks my Blue book debut; it also marks my debut in m/f erotica.

Oh, yeah - I totally went there.

And, surprisingly, came out unscathed.

My characters didn't, but that's another story.

Anywho, I am over the moon to be a part of this collection.

Curiouser and curiouser,
Allison Wonderland

Un-bridal-ed Enthusiasm

March 8, 2010

Happy International Women's Day!

Speaking of women (women-loving-women, to be exact), Victor J. Banis has reviewed To Love and To Cherish: An Anthology of Lesbian Love and Marriage in the San Francisco GLBT Literary Examiner.

Banis adored the book and singled out my story, "The Felicity of Domesticity," as a "unique, charming tale" that "[sets] the parameters" for the collection.

Right about now, I feel like a blushing bride.

Check out the review in its entirety.

Curiouser and curiouser,
Allison Wonderland

Best Lesbian Erotica Revealed

March 2, 2010

Jean Roberta has reviewed Best Lesbian Erotica 2010 at Erotica Revealed.

My story, "Flick Chicks," is one in a "set of lush, lyrical sex fantasies on familiar themes."

The two-thumbs up review is thoughtful and insightful - check it out here.

Curiouser and curiouser,
Allison Wonderland