Hello and Happy New Year. 2018 was a year of community, exploration, joy, and grief. Here's a look at what happened in 2018 and what I'm looking forward to as 2019 unfolds.
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Here is the latest offering from my erotica-writing alter ego Anne Stagg. “Flame’s Tongue” blends erotica and fantasy fiction, creating a universe where the Greek gods, demi-gods, and daemons still have a hand ruling the elemental magic in our world and theirs. It is up to a powerful Sorceress her two lovers to lead the Sacred Order, the Mound of Gaia, that keeps it all balanced.
Jennifer's poem "Concerning the morning I would not make love to you" is now up live in the Fall 2017 Issue of Burnt Pine Magazine.
Jennifer K. Kowalski has a poem and a piece of creative non-fiction that will be appearing in Burnt Pine Magazine at the end of October 2017!
Jennifer K. Kowalski writes genre-blending erotica as Anne Stage. She strives to create work that is women-centered, LGBTQIA affirming, and sex positive; to her it is important that the stories drive the intimate encounters, not the other way around. Each piece is a peak into what love and sex would like like if people embraced the idea that Love is Love. You can find more information about recent publications and musings on healthy sexual spaces by going to http://annestaggwrites.wordpress.com. You can also check out her recent series: The Mound of Gaia Stories “The Song of Water” Adventure, erotica, romance, and magic. Meet Vera Desalliers, a powerful Sorceress, Sam, as shape shifter and her Familiar,…