about

Emily Nagoski

 

Emily wrote her first romance, How Not to Fall, because she was totally sure it was possible to write a romance about a college student who experiences her sexual awakening with an older, more powerful man, in a way that was sex positive, feminist, and medically accurate, as well as sexy as heck. She was right; Sarah MacLean called it “devastatingly sexy, deeply emotional beginning to one of the most satisfying romances I’ve ever read,” and Sarah MacLean is amazing.

(HNTF has a cliffhanger ending. Its sequel, How Not to Let Go, gives the hero and heroine the happy ending they were always destined to have.)

Emily is currently working on more novels with lots of high quality sex between very, very smart characters.

In life outside romance, Emily is Emily Nagoski, a sex educator and bestselling author of nonfiction on the science of women’s sexual wellbeing.

If you’d like to invite Emily to do an event or something, she’s actively looking for reasons to put on real pants and leave the house, so please drop a line to:

Emily Foster (that’s a pen name) writes erotic romances about smart people. She has BES (Bachelor of Elf Spotting) from Last Week Tonight and is an ordained minister of the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster.

All of these things are true.

Jane Nutter, publicist

jnutter@kensingtonbook

Kensington Publishing Corporation

119 W. 40th Street New York, New York 10018

1-800-221-2647

To contact Emily directly, send her an email!

 

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One comment

  1. […] sexuality tome Come As You Are, you’ve also got a romance novel in you. Nagoski, writing as Emily Foster, has a new romance novel out called How Not to Fall that I’m excited to take to the beach […]

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