About

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I like to go by Lynsey G, but I’m known to lots of people in the adult entertainment industry as “Miss Lagsalot,” the pseudonym I used for many years. I also like the term “Renaissance Woman”: I’m a journalist, author, publisher, poet, blogger, artist, model, porn critic, copyeditor, and more. I’ve been writing mainly about sex and pornography since 2007, so I have one foot in and one foot out of the adult entertainment industry, and I find it fascinating from a cultural perspective. So fascinating, in fact, that I wrote a book about it! And that book won an IPPY award! Crazy!

Formerly a smut scribe for  variety of adult print magazines, and editor-in-chief at WHACK! Magazine, I’ve had work published in Rolling Stone, Playboy, Glamour, Allure, Men’s HealthBitch Magazine, MEL Magazine, Bust, Refinery29, and McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, among others. I’ve also published poetry in a few places, like Stirring: A Literary Collection, TOSKA, The Doctor T.J. Eckleburg Review, and Seventh Wave. There’s more but, jeez, so much typing!

In 2016, I started a publishing company, Oneshi Press, which is publishing number of art books, comic books, and graphic novels! I wrote a graphic novel about a super-badass adult performer named Tracy Queen, and a comic book about vigilante dogs—both of which are being published by Oneshi Press. We also publish an anthology of short comics every three months, featuring gorgeous work from diverse creators all over the world! Check out the amazingness at our store, and learn more about the company and support it if you can at Patreon!

I also do freelance copyediting, proofreading,, and writing coaching; hit me up if you need help getting your book project into shape. I work with fiction, nonfiction, comics, and graphic novels, and I particularly love to work with folks in the adult industry, as far too often their work doesn’t get the fine-toothed-comb treatment it deserves

Oh, and I won a 2013 Feminist Porn Award for my documentary film “Consent: Society,” which I created for a one-woman art show at apexart in TriBeCa in 2012.

You can get even more details from my CV.