Shanna claims the titles of writer, editor, leximaven, girl geek, she-devil, vorpal blonde, and Schrödinger’s brat. Her poems, essays, short stories, and novellas have been widely published in places like Absinthe Literary Review, Best American Erotica, Best Gay Romance, Best Lesbian Erotica, Salon, Storyglossia, Subversion and more.
An Associate Fellow at the Attic Institute in Portland, OR, she has taught classes in writing, publishing, media, and photography at a wide variety of places. She’s even garnered an award here and there, including a Pushcart nomination, the Rauxa Prize for Erotic Poetry, and the C. Hamilton Bailey Poetry Fellowship.
In her collection "The Lure of Dangerous Women," Shanna Germain gathers seven of her darkest, lushest fantasy and horror stories about strong, smart women who know that danger is a matter of scale -- and of which side you happen to be standing on.
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Hard Road, Easy Riding: Lesbian Biker Erotica
by Sacchi Green (editor), Rakelle Valencia (editor), Rakelle Valencia, Toby Rider, Cheyenne Blue, Skian McGuire, Val Murphy, Nipper Godwin, Jean Roberta, Alison Laleche, Jake Rich, Shanna Germain, Sacchi Green, Judy Snow, Muffin McGill, Chuck Fellows, Rachel Kramer Bussel, Debra Hyde, Jess Davis, & Connie Wilkins
Take a ride-on the wild side with Hard Road, Easy Riding. Sex should be intense, joyful, and liberating--exactly as written in these edgy and uninhibited stories. While there are many anthologies of lesbian erotica available, none so far have focused on the interaction between the lifestyles and sexual adventures of lesbian bikers. What's sexier than a hot woman, clad in form-fitting leather?
The Lure of Dangerous Women
by Shanna Germain
Dangerous women aren’t always the ones who carry guns and take down the bad guys. Sometimes, the most dangerous women are the ones we don’t even notice...
In this collection, award-winning author Shanna Germain gathers seven of her darkest, lushest fantasy and horror stories about strong, smart women who know that danger is a matter of scale -- and of which side you happen to be standing on.
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