Polyesque is written by someone who is many things. A polyamorous, panromantic writer, water fitness instructor, singer, burlesque dancer, actress, and activist who is also the Programming Director for Jeff Mach Events, which produced Wicked Faire and currently produces the Steampunk World’s Faire, the Geeky Kink Events, and co-produces Dark Side of the Con in conjunction with Vampire Freaks.
As Femme Fae la Butche, she co-founded the White Elephant Burlesque Society in 2006 with Viktor Devonne and co-directed it with him for six years. As herself, she directed the premiere of Jeff Mach’s play “Seeds” in 2011.
Her YA short stories have been commissioned and published in an online magazine, and her first published erotica short story (“Hunting the Quean”) can be found in the first annual Geeky Kink Anthology by Riverdale Ave Books.
Aside from writing, she has an abiding affection for learning, leather, tea, reading, snow, driving, sex, laughter, fountain pens, cuddling, chocolate, musicals, hiking, Harry Potter, rose flogging, knives, kayaking, sensation play, being flogged, being punched, candles, and long, intimate conversations about sex, poly, kink, and gender.
She lives in New Jersey with her husband and two kitties and has previously lived as part of an intentional polycule down South. (Yes, really). She is fond of seeing how many different ways she can use the word “poly” in her life. She is not, however, Polynesian.