Jack Stratton has been writing about sex in one form or another for about two decades. From the strange and heady days of BBSs to Usenet groups like alt.sex.stories.moderated, to blogs and eBooks, he’s always been curious about how and why people write erotica online and how anonymity and community affect literature. His short stories can be found on Writing Dirty and his longer works can be purchased as eBooks through his Amazon store or Amazon author page.
Jack is thirty-seven years old, was born in and lives in Brooklyn, New York. He has roughly twelve jobs, writing and self publishing being one; project management in advertising being another; and media production being one more. He is pretty deeply enmeshed in polyamory culture, the NYC kink/BSDM scene, pleasure positive/sex positive culture, and alternative sexuality on and offline.
Jack is currently obsessed with: William Gibson, The Tigerlillies, Scarlett Thomas, The Gossip, French sauces, goat cheese, coffee (Stumptown and Blue Bottle), social media, fan fiction, remixing, copyright reform, creative commons, curation as art, kink, gender, the fluidity of identity, the perils and wonderfulness of responsible non-monogamy, over the knee socks, cleavage, blushing cheeks, bright eyes behind nice glasses, lips, fingers, nipples, garters, spanking, language, the problems of truth, the end of binaries, suspicion towards meta-narratives, general postmoderist ideas, ties, fashion, fancy things, fancy gadgets, shiny objects, pretty people.