Polly Frost


Polly Frost is a freelance magazine writer -- who has published in The New Yorker, The New York Times, Harper's Bazaar and Elle. She lives in New York.

Erotic Horror [...]

In the sex den (most call it the "downstairs performance space") underneath New York City's Cornelia Street Café, it takes me a minute to realize that the bright, cheerful blonde handing out programs is also the doyenne of the evening, a writer of "erotic horror" tales about killer dildos and sexually psychic teens. Polly Frost is, in person, downright sunny. Later, she tells me she's fifty-one. If that's true, I want to know what kind of virgin blood she's been sipping. --Lynn Harris, http://www.nerve.com/regulars/lifeswork/pollyfrost/ [Aug 2004]

Horror Fiction [...]

Still, the niche popularity of erotic horror writers such as Poppy Z. Brite, Clive Barker and Laurell K. Hamilton remains undead. And Frost’s stories — including such tales as "Viagra Babies," which reads like Michael Crichton on ecstasy — occupy a niche of their own. First, there are no vampires. ("Vampires need a rest," says Frost.) Second, her style does not match the stereotype of erotic horror as humorless goth porn, with book covers like blacklight paintings on velvet. --Lynn Harris, http://www.nerve.com/regulars/lifeswork/pollyfrost/ [Aug 2004]


An erotic e-zine for the intellectual set. Publishing articles and essays, poetry and fiction, as well as "fine art" photography. --http://www.nerve.com [Aug 2004]

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