Graydancer will be the featured presenter at the November 15th Salon. Gray will be reading an excerpt from his erotic piece “Ritual of Ashes,” and also running a “Rope Station” toward the end of the Salon. This will be your opportunity to get tied by a master or just watch a rope master in action.
Bibliography: “Graydancer, Ninja Sex Poodle & Ronin of Love, comes from the venerable rope bondage tradition of Madison, WI, where he honed his craft to become the world premiere podcaster of rope bondage with “the Ropecast”. He is the author of three novels including Nawashi (which climbed to #1 on the Podiobooks.com charts) as well as numerous short stories and essays. Graydancer’s writing has been published in several anthologies edited by Rachel Kramer Bussel, Secret Magazine, Power Exchange Magazine, and most recently “Ropes, Bondage & Power” (edited by Lee Harrington).
A veteran of the stage, Graydancer serves as a feature performer and M.C. for Madison’s hottest burlesque company, Foxy Veronica’s Peach Pies, as well as regularly appearing at the Miramar Theatre as part of “Erotic Milwaukee.” He has also been featured as a reader of several fiction podcasts including Nobilis Erotica and Escape Pod. You can browse the images in the Graydancer Style gallery to see some of his work, and feel free to use them on your site provided you A) only use them to reference Graydancer’s work and B) Let him know where the image is being used.
Drawing upon a background in performance video and technology, Graydancer’s company satorimedia also professionally rigs, photographs, shoots, edits, and works as a web designer for several clients ranging from Kink.com to Costume Cuties. You can also hear Graydancer as a guest on various other popular podcasts such as Polyamory Weekly and Dart’s Domain. Currently he plies his trade as an itinerant Rope Artist, Kink Educator and Sex-Positive Activist, smiting the evil of sloppy ends wherever they may lie. You can follow his general exploits at his Ropecast Twitter page, or simply email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.”