Sub-Genres in speculative fiction – erotic horror


Sub-Genres in speculative fiction – erotic horror

Erotic Horror had been well established in the 1980’s with the success of the Hot Blood series, anthologies edited by Jeff Gelb and Michael Garrett. It featured stories by name authors and were top-notch horror tales with erotic content:

hot blood hotter blood hottest blood


Cthulhu Erotica is now an established sub-genre

whispers in darkness cthulhurotica booty call of cthulhu


Big-foot Erotica is a more recent sub-genre

virginia-wade-bigfoot-erotica taken by beasts taken by BF

Amazon has decided to pull some titles of Bigfoot erotica and the ones that they didn’t remove they made harder to find on the web-site. However, they have left Dinosaur Erotica and Alien Erotica publications intact. Some authors have said that Bigfoot Erotica may be considered too close to bestiality and that is why they were removed from distribution. So, in conclusion, one of the biggest companies in the US is saying, Bigfoot is real!

After selling over 100 thousand dollars of Bigfoot Erotica, author, Virginia Wade has seen a huge drop-off in sales due to Amazon’s tactics.

bigfoot erotica

The real Bigfoot could not be reached for comment.

monster erotica Cthulhu erotic

(art and photos are (c) (p) by the original artists, used here for informational purposes)




My new Horror fiction published in Infernal Ink Magazine

Michael Thomas-Knight, published in Infernal Ink Magazine
Just in time for Halloween, my latest horror-fiction, short-story, ‘Mother’s Milk’ has been published in the new issue of Infernal Ink Magazine. It’s the October issue with loads of horror fiction, articles and poetry. Discover the tale of a bound and captive young woman in medieval times, saved from her harsh reality by a motherly figure. What will she have to pay, in return for this kindness? The issue is currently available in print, .pdf, and Kindle versions

Infernal Ink Magazine
publishing extremely dark fiction and poetry, favoring pieces with erotic, sexual, or humorous aspects. This magazine contains adult content and themes and is not meant for readers under eighteen years of age.

If you are interested you can order from the following links:
(.pdf version is only $1.80, how can you beat that!)

Infernal Ink Magazine:
October Issue

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