T.C. Mill is a writer and freelance editor living in the Midwest, which is one answer to the question “What do you do with a philosophy degree?” In her spare time, she indulges in unrepentant gourmandism of questionable taste and reads erotic short stories by the dozens (and books by the hundreds, as she found out when she started tracking her reading for a year). T.C. is a co-founder and co-editor of the New Smut Project micropress, which releases collections of literary erotica.
She’s interested in writing about sex, vulnerability, and power, especially when it can be made queer or feminist (or include a dominant woman). Her stories have been published by Bright Desire, Cliterature, Bust magazine, the Seattle Erotic Art Festival’s Literary Art Anthology 2018, and in Cleis’ Big Book of Submission 2 and Best Women’s Erotica of the Year, vol. 2. More updates about what she’s doing next can be found at TC-Mill.com.