Welcome To The Curios

The Curios have been gathered from near and far. They may be common-as-muck or one-of-a-kind. They may be worth a pretty penny or a dime-a-dozen. They may be horrifying, captivating, loathsome, or scintillating.

Whatever the cause of their creation, hopefully they bring enjoyment to someone out there.


"In the coming weeks, we'll no longer allow blogs that contain sexually explicit or graphic nude images or video. We'll still allow nudity presented in artistic, educational, documentary or scientific contexts, or where there are other substantial benefits to the public from not taking action on the content."

Well done, Blogger. Well done. The children are safe once again.

Just a reminder, you can find The Curios on Tumblr.


I recently wrote an article for Writers Bloc about erotic comics and some of the best creators in the erotic comic scene.

Check it out.



Presence Chamber - 1.

I recently released an album of instrumental tracks under the name 'Presence Chamber' on Bandcamp. It can be purchased in its entirety for £3 or £0.25 for individual tracks.

Presence Chamber - 1. on Bandcamp

Presence Chamber - 1. on YouTube


Wet Satin - Women's Erotic Fantasies, Issue 2, 1978, Last Gasp

'Wet Satin - Women's Erotic Fantasies' ran for two issues by Last Gasp, under the guidance of comic artist and writer, Trina Robbins, who was heavily involved in the underground comix movement in the 1970s, as well as being the co-creator of horror icon, Vampirella.

Issue 2 contained nine stories in total:
  • 'Noblesse Oblige' by Sharon Rudahl
  • 'The Best Parts' by Joyce Farmer
  • 'Feline Frolic' by Lee Marrs
  • 'Nifty Ways to Cleave Your Lover' by Joey Epstein
  • 'Dog Fight' by Trina Robbins
  • 'Piece & Quiet' by Shelby Sampson
  • 'Those Beautiful Babes in their Bain de Soleil' by Mary Wilshire
  • 'Floating' by Lee Marrs
  • 'Upstairs' by Trina Robbins
The cover is by Lee Marrs, while the back cover is by Margery Peters.


Ringo Stalin - Plain and Old

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Plain and Old by Ringo Stalin is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.


The Sinking of the Lancastria, 17 June 1940

On 17 June 1940, British troops and civilians were being evacuated from St Nazaire, France, just a few weeks after the evacuation of Dunkirk. My grandfather, a Lance-Corporal in the British Army, was onboard the RMS Lancastria when it was bombed by German Junkers. He was one of the few survivors, when countless others died. This is his story.

My family has reason to believe that the man circled in the
picture above is my grandfather, Harry Gravestock.


Dead Bodies On The Dancefloor (HFTD Remix) - Ringo Stalin; Home For The Def

Well, this was a pleasant surprise! I woke up this morning to an email from my old friend Home For The Def, who sent me his remix of my track 'Dead Bodies On The Dancefloor'. And it's absolutely brilliant. Enjoy!

Free mp3 download HERE.

You can find the album that 'Dead Bodies On The Dancefloor' originally appeared on HERE.

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Dead Bodies On The Dancefloor (HFTD Remix) by Ringo Stalin & Home For The Def is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.