M. Christian has written extensively in the science fiction, fantasy, horror, and thriller genres, and even nonfiction, but it's probably erotica—especially of the science fiction variety—that they are most known for. Their stories have appeared in multiple editions of Best American Erotica, Best Gay Erotica, Best Lesbian Erotica, The Mammoth Book of Erotica, and many other anthologies, magazines, and websites.

M. Christian's short stories have been collected more than a dozen times, including in the Lambda Award finalist Dirty Words: Provocative Erotica (Renaissance E Books, 2000), Filthy: Outrageous Gay Erotica (Renaissance, 2006), The Bachelor Machine (Renaissance, 2003), Rude Mechanicals: Exceptional Erotica (Renaissance, 2009), Skin Effect: More Science Fiction Erotica (Renaissance, 2015), and the recent Hard Drive: The Best Sci-Fi Erotica of M.Christian (Renaissance, 2018).

In addition to The Mammoth Book of Future Cops (co-edited with Maxim Jakubowski; Running Press, 2003), and The Mammoth Book of Tales from the Road: Tales of Life On The Move (with Jakubowski; Running Press, 2002), M.Christian has also edited more than 25 anthologies.

M. Christian's novels include Running Dry (Renaissance, 2006), The Very Bloody Marys (Renaissance, 2007), Brushes (Renaissance, 2008), Painted Doll (Renaissance, 2008), Me2 (Renaissance, 2008), and Finger's Breadth (Renaissance, 2010).

M. Christian has recently become a celebrated sexual futurist through their fiction, as well as acting as a senior columnist for Future Of Sex—where they've written more than 400 articles on everything to do with the intersection of sex and technology, while speculating on what it might be like in the years ahead.

You can listen to M. Christian talk about sex, technology, and all sorts of other fun things on the podcasts Licking Non-Vanilla (with Ralph Greco Jr.) and Love's Outer Limits (with Dr. Amy Marsh).

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