Sex is fun, and that isn’t all. It’s part of us. And in spite of society’s shaming of it, sex tends to run deep. Sexuality can transform us, help us escape, and, perhaps more importantly, help us become. It can express us, heal us, mess us up. And we know that’s all worth exploring.
We have no bans. We’re anti-shame. We aren’t fans of binaries, either. Call our work erotica. Call it porn. We don’t mind. It’s hot, it’s deep.
Oh. And did we mention we love turning you on?
This is Lana, this is Jacob.
Lana Fox is a freelance author of erotica and non-fiction, who is co-founder of Go Deeper Press. Her book-length publications include Cream: An Erotic Romance (Go Deeper Press), Confessions of a Kinky Divorcee (HarperCollins’ Mischief), Shameless Behavior: Brazen Stories of Overcoming Shame, and others. Lana’s articles and nonfiction appear at Spirituality & Health, Boston Magazine, Gaiam TV, My Yoga Online/Gaiam TV, and elsewhere. Her erotica appears in numerous anthologies including Best Women’s Erotica 2015. Fox has appeared on numerous podcasts and radio shows including In Bed with Susie Bright, and has taught erotic writing at Grub Street in Boston. She was the 2012 Non-Fiction Fellow at the Writers’ Room of Boston, and, under her other name, has won multiple literary awards and worked as an editor for a leading literary magazine. Find out more at godeeperpress.com and lanafox.com.
Jacob Martin is co-founder of Go Deeper Press. Writing as Jacob (JT) Louder, he has published two novellas in the First series, as well as short stories in Best Women's Erotica 2015, The Mammoth Book of Uniform Erotica, Chemical [se]X, and others. Under another name still, his literary short fiction has been published by 30pov.com, The Round Up Writer's Zine, and in the anthology Userlands: New Fiction Writers from the Blogging Undergound, which was edited by Dennis Cooper and published by Akashic. Way back in the day, Jacob founded Agitprop! Records, a Boston-based queer punk and hip hop record label, which released albums by Juha, Deep Dickollective, Fagatron, and Ninja Death Squad. Agitprop! had been Jacob's greatest, queerest, and loudest artistic endeavor—that is, before starting Go Deeper Press with Lana Fox. Find out more about him at jtlouder.com.