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Victoria Janssen

Victoria Janssen reviews for Publishers Weekly. Her most recent novel is The Duke and the Pirate Queen, fantasy erotica from Harlequin (2010). It's set in the same universe as her first novel, The Duchess, Her Maid, The Groom and Their Lover (2008). The Duchess… has been translated into French, German, and Russian. Her major historical research interest is World War One, which is reflected in some of her fiction. Her second novel, The Moonlight Mistress (2009), an erotic historical set during that period, was a finalist for an RT Book Reviews Reviewers' Choice Award. A tie-in story with a cross-dressing soldier heroine, "Under Her Uniform," was translated into Japanese. Janssen has sold over thirty short stories, many of them genre, including stories in Sex in the System (Tan, ed.), So Fey (Berman, ed.), and Periphery (Jamneck, ed.). Her most recent story, "Still Marching," appears in Best Lesbian Erotica of the Year Volume 3. For a full list of her publications, please visit her website at victoriajanssen.com. Other interests include fanfiction, fan studies, comics, choral singing, and fighting the patriarchy. You can follow her on twitter @victoriajanssen.