My 4-week online LitReactor erotica writing class starts February 12th

This year I had the pleasure of teaching an online erotica writing class for LitReactor. I learned so much, the best part being how much an online classroom can foster community and learning. As a teacher, I loved that I could log in any time, had the flexibility to add new lessons, Q&As and discussions, and could both give quality feedback and see students' work progress over time. That class has already produced one short story sale, and I know many others are submitting to anthologies (writing a story to submit to a particular market is part of the curriculum). So I'm thrilled to be teaching it again from February 12th to March 12th. How it works is that you sign up using any username you like, so you can be anonymous, and participate by reading my written lectures, doing weekly homework assignments and (optional) critiquing your fellow classmates and getting critiqued by me and them and utilizing LitReactor's discussion boards. For the class, I interviewed numerous editors at erotica and erotic romance publishing houses to find out exactly what they are looking for, and will be updating those sources, as well as offered Q&As with various authors and editors about specific topics. If you have any questions, feel free to email me at rachelkramerbussel at with "LitReactor" in the subject line. The class is limited to 16 people and the last one sold out, so I recommend not waiting until the last minute to sign up.


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