On day 26 of the #ReadInstead litfest, we bring you writing workshop by author Ankita Banerjee on how to write erotica from a woman’s perspective.
- Though full of clichés, these erotic stories delve into what’s dark and dangerous about desire
- Three thousand years of erotica are fabulously encapsulated, but can’t erotica only be about sex?
- This clever form of erotica is a novel that tells a quite different story about Indian immigrants
- The erotic in the Indian imagination: A conflict between the romantics and the traditionalists
- From Sidney Sheldon to online fan fiction, why erotica is so popular as a way to explore sexuality
The #ReadInstead campaign was set up in response to the lockdown people are living through because of the coronavirus.
The online literary festival will include some of Juggernaut’s biggest authors and consist of conversations, workshops, competitions, masterclasses and more.