Writing in New York City in the 1950s and 60s, March Hastings was one of the most prolific authors of the lesbian pulp era. Her books, now widely sought after by collectors, include The Unashamed, The Demands of the Flesh, Veil of Torment, and The Heat of Day. She lives in Florida.
"From this safe distance, there's a sense of romance and danger to those days and something wonderfully exciting, erotic even, about all the secrecy and subterfuge. Perhaps that's why lesbian pulp novels still hold a fascination for all of us." — LesbiaNation.com
"Within these novels, strong erotic elements play off intelligent, self-sufficient characters, and love between women is nurturing and satisfying." —The Advocate
"Lurid covers and tawdry jacket copy touted perverse tales of the 'third sex,' but the stories overflowed with sincere anguish and true love — served with generous helpings of hot sex." — Girlfriends magazine