New website & first speakers announced for Eroticon 2013

I’ve had a busy few weeks reviewing the feedback from Eroticon 2012, making plans and vamping up the new conference website and I’m glad to say it is all coming together nicely.

The new conference website for Eroticon 2013 has all the information about the conference, speakers and schedule as well as a registration page.  The blog will stay on this site as even my blog addiction has to reach a saturation point and it made sense to keep all the blog content in one place.

Along with the new site I’m delighted to announce the first three speakers at Eroticon 2013.

Many of you will be familiar with Madeleine Morris, who writes under the pen name Remittance Girl, from Twitter and her blog where she shares her thoughts and creativity.  Her writing was some of the first erotic fiction that I read online and it remains some of my favourite and I know that she’ll have lots to contribute to Eroticon 2013.



Ashley Lister is a well established erotic author and creative writing teacher.  A regular contributor to the ERWA blog where you can get a taste of what you might expect from Ashley in March.




MK Elliott AKA Marissa Farrar is a prolific writer and an excellent cheerleader for self-publishing.  There was great feedback from her session at Eroticon 2012 and while we’ve not finalised what she’s going to be talking about at Eroticon 2013, its bound to be a must for anyone thinking of taking the self-publishing route to getting their writing out into the world.


Eroticon 2013 will be more creative, more exciting and more inspiring than 2012 and with speakers such as Madeleine, Ashley and Marissa I think we’re well on the way to achieving that.

Super Early Bird tickets are just £75 for a single day and £125 for the full weekend, but tickets are limited so don’t miss out on the great price, buy yours today.

Don’t forget the instalment plan to help you get your ticket at the Super Early Bird rate and spread the costs.

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