Authors Edward Cavanaugh & Camille Bardo

When SEX & DESSERT writer-producer team Edward Cavanaugh and Camille Bardo aren’t enthusiastically collecting erotic stories and sampling exotic desserts (at least 4,012, last count), they’re at work on the forthcoming non-fiction book SEX & DESSERT: THE FOOTNOTES, a companion volume full of lengthy, humorous annotations to the obscure films and obscurer opera scandals, music, food and geeky literary references found in the Sex & Dessert stories.

SEX & DESSERT writing and producing team Edward Cavanaugh and Camille Bardo.

The Authors.

Edward Cavanaugh and Camille Bardo (also Cavanaugh Bardo) are pseudonyms for a reporter and award-winning documentary filmmaker. The writer-producer team creates genre-bending literary shorts, darkly funny, sexy novels, irreverent non-fiction, such as the funny, provocative essay “What’s Your Sexy Sense & Sensibility?” and multimedia projects for audio, film and literary geeks. They’re at work on “Sex & Dessert: The Footnotes,” a companion volume full of lengthy, humorous annotations to the obscure films and obscurer opera scandals, music, food and geeky literary references found in the “Sex & Dessert” stories.

Coming Soon(er): The Sex & Dessert Series

Think of the sexiest film you’ve ever seen…now add dessert.  What you get is a compilation of sensual, cinematic and deliciously erotic encounters which share the lush sensibility found in Anne Rice’s erotica or the surreal films of Luis Bunuel.

“We had this idea to combine beautiful, sensual encounters with beautiful desserts,” says Edward Cavanaugh. “That was the spark. From that, we began the series and a companion blog so people could explore the many worlds, eras, and time periods of these characters.“

The multimedia blog includes steamy love letters between Anais Nin and Henry Miller, vintage erotic photography, music, film, art, and of course, intricate desserts. “What was life like for our characters in 1915, the ‘20’s or the’ 50’s?” asks writing partner Camille Bardo. “We wanted to give readers an intricate, textured universe of Eros and art. It’s the kind of erotica for people with imaginative, erotic appetites. The kind of stories you want to read together in bed.”

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