About the Publication: Hello Readers and would-be contributors! What we do here at Pink Litter is publish original adult-themed writing. Our editorial focus is a shifty one, primarily we deal with the sensual and the crude (some say) but also look for the beauty that shines through. Our new tag line “Humanity. Divined” has, of course, a double meaning. That is, we try to understand the inner workings of our bodies and minds and in so doing discover what is truly supernatural about us and our existence. Follow us to receive occasional updates.
Our Deeper Message: Our project is an attempt to marry what some might call “beautiful” and what still others might call “obscene.” Naturally, and perhaps Interestingly enough, what each of these means is different to everyone. Some are, apparently, put off even by the benign, which really takes some doing, but just serves to prove our point and our ability to have an effect on others (or at least their willingness to let us). Sad, in a way, but essentially true. On the subject of what’s truly erotic, sensual and so forth, some may want it fed to them and still others what to find it themselves, in the nuance, in what you don’t see as much as what you do. To be drawn in by the visual is to be tricked; unless you read the fine print (our words) you can’t get the whole picture.We are also made curious by the topic of sex as a shared experience, not just with our carnal partners, but in a broader sense. Otherwise why would we write erotica, watch or even make porn, or even tell a dirty joke?
So, we are looking for your poems, stories, reviews, interviews, artwork – anything that you would think would fit our theme.
Editorial Focus: Here is where darkness meets light and creates our pretty, raunchy color. Elegance, Heat, Ribbons, Rust. Pink Litter: Humanity. Divined.
About the Editor: Misty Rampart’s books include Lady Lack (poems), Mrs. John Heat (novel) and Pale Shade of Paradise (poems and flash fiction).