E-readers and digital publishing continue to foster the market for the hardest forms of erotic fiction, a market traditional publishers fail to serve.
Scribd found romance readers gorging on books through the ebook subscription service are costly, and now the company is cutting back on the genre.
In Vietnam, pulpy Chinese novels translated with computer software and published using Vietnamese pen names have become a wildly popular genre.
Self-published gay erotica writer M.P. Rey reveals his joy at moving from the dusty shelves of hidden rainbow-flag bookstores to better status on Amazon.
Publisher Bragelonne has found extraordinary success selling what others in France might deign to be untouchable, including fantasy, romance, and ebooks.
According to Totally Bound Publishing CEO, Erotic romance continues to boom, particularly as ebooks—and acceptance—have become mainstream.
Taken by the T-Rex might sound like a joke book title to you, but it’s part of an odd and oddly popular self-publishing subculture of monster erotica.
Welsh publisher Xcite Press offers short, erotic fiction that has found great success targeting older women — and has even been honored by the Queen.
The Fifty Shades of Grey phenomenon is likely an anomaly and though erotica is more than BDSM, it is still tricky to sell, say authors, publishers and booksellers.
Has the Fifty Shades of Grey phenomenon developed a new mass audience for erotica or was it a once-off that has run its course? Let us know what you think.
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