Author Archives: Kiki DeLovely

About Kiki DeLovely

Kiki DeLovely is a witchy, kinky, polyamorous, mixed, nonbinary femme who moonlights as an erotica writer when she’s not weaving magic through energetic healing and spiritual coaching. Their work has appeared in dozens of publications and they have toured both nationally and internationally, living and traveling all over the world before setting down roots on unceded Occaneechi-Saponi land. Kiki strives toward erotica that reads as fine literature and connects us with our highest selves.

Review: Show Yourself To Me: Queer Kink Erotica

I’m elated to be today’s stop on Xan West’s blog tour for Show Yourself To Me: Queer Kink Erotica, published by Go Deeper Press. Here’s the thing about going last. You risk repetition. You worry that everything’s already been said, … Continue reading

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Show Yourself To Me: Decolonizing Erotica, Transparency, and Accountability

And because I’m nothing if not verbose when it comes to the written word, one blog post wasn’t enough for me. I thought perhaps we should end with a beginning. On the dedication page of Show Yourself To Me: Queer … Continue reading

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A Healthy Appetite

I figured it was about time to get around to excerpting from an anthology that includes one of my stories, Appetites: Tales of Lesbian Lust. Edited by the illustrious Ily Goyanes, Appetites is the first part of Lizzie’s Bedtime Stories series. Despite … Continue reading

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Love Letter to Minnie Bruce Pratt (An Homage to Leslie Feinberg)

I’ll always recall what I was thinking of when I heard that Leslie Feinberg had died. Because, coincidentally enough, I was thinking about her partner of 22 years, Minnie Bruce Pratt. I had just finished commenting on a friend’s blog … Continue reading

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Snogging for Sommer! Win a free prize!

Today I’m snogging for Sommer Marsden, a fabulous fellow erotica writer who is more than deserving of our support. Please click on the Smut For Good banner above to learn more, to help her family fight cancer, and to visit other … Continue reading

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My Rainbow Shelfie is Gaymous!

I have super big exciting news that I’m just here to tease you about because I can’t exactly share said super big exciting news just yet. It’s barely in the beginning stages…so just know to stay tuned. ;) And I’ll … Continue reading

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Love in the Time of Solitude

Gabriel García Márquez changed my life. I first read One Hundred Years of Solitude when I was somewhere around twelve years old. Plagued with insomnia and not understanding how it came about, this work of art presented me with a perfectly logical explanation: I … Continue reading

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Review: Overflow: Tales of Butch-Femme Love, Sex, and Desire

Miel Rose’s Overflow: Tales of Butch-Femme Love, Sex, and Desire had me in its grasp from the get-go. Anything dealing with butch/femme will inevitably draw me in. But Overflow is a whole lot more than just a catchy title with a … Continue reading

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Review: Sudden Sex

Who doesn’t love a good work-related fantasy? After all, work is an often less-than-pleasurable activity that swallows up far too much of our time. So who wouldn’t want to mix a little business and pleasure? I’m of the belief that it … Continue reading

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Dearest Lovebirds & Those Who Fly Solo

Dearest Lovebirds & Those Who Fly Solo, Ah, February. That annoying little month when it’s still too cold outside to really be enjoyable; the stores are taken over by everything heart-shaped, red, or pink, and cheaply gaudy; and then, thankfully, … Continue reading

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