Aspiring Sex Writers: Erotica 101 Is Coming To State College
Penn State offers a variety of strange classes, some even related to sex.
However, none of them come close to sounding as sexual and straightforward as Erotica 101. Thanks to Rachel Kramer Bussel, editor of more than 50 erotica books, such as The Big Book of Orgasms and Best Bondage Erotica 2014, anyone in the State College area can turn their dreams of writing erotic books into a reality.
Kramer Bussel will host an erotic writing workshop on Monday, Feb. 9 at Hotel State College, where for just $20 you can spend a couple hours learning about crafting your wildest fantasies into books for all to enjoy.
The event will take you through all the necessary steps to transform your “outlandish fantasies” into a literary chef d’oeuvre, “from getting started, finding your voice, and incorporating your surroundings, pop culture, and personal experiences into your stories to crafting a range of characters and settings and submitting your work.”
You also receive a list of major markets and further reading suggestions to enhance your newfound passion. You don’t need to bring any prior experience, only a laptop or pen and paper. And, clearly, a dirty mind.
If you want to learn how to be the next E.L. James, this workshop is a can’t-miss.
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