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Writing Sex with the GCLS Writing Academy

Updated: Feb 23, 2022

Welcome back from our administrative break! We came busting back from vacation with a stunning class on writing sex by the inimitable Karelia Stetz-Waters.

This 3D printing of a female clitoris shows how much you don't know about  female genitalia

Karelia led the WA students through the ins and outs of writing sex in a safe, entertaining, and sometimes hilarious class.

Of course, we acknowledge that not all authors write sex. Some people do a fade-scene even in romances. And some speculative, horror, and mystery writers don’t feel a need for intimacy in their books at all. (Some do, and that’s okay, too!)

Still, our feeling is if you’re going to do it, you ought to do it right and we’re so grateful an expert like Karelia is willing to share her knowledge with us.

You can find Karelia and her work at

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