Auntie Vice is a writer and performer. She did her graduate work at the City University of New York, Graduate Center in Political Psychology. She worked as a non-partisan researcher for the State of California and the Executive Director of the CA Commission on the Status of Women and Girls. Coming to the understanding that America had entered a Shakespearean moment where only the fool can speak the truth she quit "real work" to write and perform.
Since 2014, Auntie Vice has been working as a freelance writer and performing stand-up and burlesque. Most of her writing is as a ghost-writer for erotica and biographies. Additionally, she has published three non-fiction works including: Love Letters to a Unicorn: A book about kink, BDMS, and non-monogamy; The Big Workbook for Submissives, and; Eat Good, Drink Good, Live Good. She runs the BDSM blog LoveLettersToAUnicorn.com.
She occasionally teaches kink/BDSM classes. Her writing about kink and BDSM has earned her two nominations for the Golden Flogger Award and one for the Geogff Maines Award with the International-National Leather Association. She has performed with Twisted Windows, Bawdy Storytelling, and generally likes taking her clothes off in public.
CharRon Smith is an audio production guru and runs A Serious Production, an audio production house and mobile DJ service. He is an Army veteran and has served abroad in Korea. He worked as an accountant for years before quitting to pursue his longtime goal of becoming a sound engineer.
CharRon is also a poet. He performs regularly in Sacramento, CA. He serves on the board of the Sacramento Poetry Center and was an alternate on the Sac Unified Slam Team. He maintains a poetry blog at www.reswonderland.com.
He is the father of two great kids, a son who is almost 3 and a daughter who is 12. He loves being a dad and works to have as much time with his children as possible.
He also works as a DJ. You can catch him every month at Momo's Lounge in Sacramento doing the Dabalicious Show with Ngaio Bealum and Wendy Lewis the 3rd Sunday of every month at 7 PM. His public performances are maintained on the Fat Chicks calendar.
Music and Lyrics
David Manga and Todd Souvignier
Freak Boy Musick
3226 Broadway, Suite A