Erotic Fan Fiction
What’s funnier (and sexier) than Fifty Shades of Grey? Long before E.L. James turned her Twilight fantasies into a cash cow, there was Erotic Fan Fiction – a crowd favourite and unstoppable cultural phenomenon.
Four writers will share a piece of self-penned smut about a celebrity or fictional character. And just as the characters in these sex-soaked tales shed their inhibitions (and their clothes), our writers say goodbye to good taste and polite restraint, in favour of gasp-inducing humour and fantastical fun.
It’s all about sex, sex, sex … and celebrity.
With Wes Snelling, Zora Sanders, Van Badham, Travis Cotton and host Virginia Gay.
Travis Cotton’s first play, The Fifth at Randwick, won Naked Theatre Company’s Top Shorts competition. It has gone on to play in Sydney, Perth and Melbourne – as did his second play, God, The Devil, and the true history of mankind. Travis co-wrote the musical Blasted Earth with Toby Schmitz an... Read more
Zora Sanders is a writer, editor and internet connoisseur. She is currently the deputy editor of Meanjin Quarterly and has previously worked as reviews editor for Arena magazine and as editor of Farrago. She is a contributor to ScreenMachine.tv and a selection of other blogs far too silly to mention... Read more
Virginia Gay graduated WAAPA, then spent four years pretending to be a nurse on All Saints, six months pretending to be cop on Savage River (ABC), and then five years on Winners & Losers, where she pretended to know a lot about high finance. That last one, particularly, was a stretch. She won a ... Read more
Truly unique, Tina Del Twist is Australia’s much-loved nightingale, known for her ‘beautiful voice and wicked sense of comic timing’ (the Age). With a voice as smooth as honey and a comedic wit that could shred brie, you’ll have a ball enjoying the talents of Tina Del Twist. Tina Del Twist h... Read more
Van Badham is a Melbourne-based writer, theatremaker, critic, activist, occasional broadcaster and one of Australia’s most controversial public intellectuals. She is currently employed as a political columnist and culture critic for Guardian Australia, while as a theatremaker she’s had more than... Read more
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