Author of erotic fiction and general smut peddling casanovan dandy. Sex columnist. Sweary Miserablist. Occasional Poet. Regular Deviant. I write dirty words for a living. I write them under my own name and am not ashamed about that.
My name is Mark and I live in the UK and I write filth. I'm not ashamed about that at all. Suzanne Portnoy, author of 'The Butcher, The Baker and the Candlestick Maker' and 'The Not-So-Invisible Woman called me "A Perv in the Making", which I am quite proud of.
I'm a freelance writer specialising in erotic fiction for men and women of every sexuality, actively promoting sex-positive, liberated, open-minded behaviour and alternative lifestyles. I'm currently a columnist for Desire Magazine Presents Swinging and have contributed to Cliterati, Scarlet Magazine, Forum Magazine, Bunnie and The Idler.
My short stories are often featured in the Xcite Books (through Accent Press) range including all three of the Seriously Sexy collections. My stories have been published in both of the Burlesque Against Breast Cancer books, 'Ultimate Burlesque' and 'Ultimate decadence' (through Xcite) and also Volume Five of the Nexus Confessions series, plus other UK and US publications.
I run charity burlesque events/erotica readings for Burlesque Against Breast Cancer around the UK and the events and the books raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support.
"This teasing insight into the life of a couple with a wide open marriage. The realism of the relationship in this story is only overshadowed by the strength of the eroticism." -Ashley Lister, author of 'Swingers' about my story in 'Seriously Sexy 1'
"I admired the way he nailed the tone of both a foreigner and a woman so convincingly - no mean feat!" -Carrie Williams, author of 'The Blue Guide' about my story in 'Ultimate Burlesque'
Swingtown and other stories
by Mark Farley
Swinging enthusiast and expert Mark Farley lifts the lids on the attitudes and lifestyle within the UK swinging community via a collection of short stories based upon real life experiences.
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