Clara Caverly writes erotic fiction involving people with other people. This includes women with men, women with women, men with men, people who don’t identify as either with either, and anything else that may happen to tickle her fancy at the time. Her writing is, in all places, times, contexts, media, et cetera, not safe for work, and intended for adults only.

When she puts on her face for the Internet, she dons a light adaptation of “Carnation”, an 1898 lithograph by the Czech artist Alphonse Mucha, whose beautiful 1897-98 ink-and-watercolor painting “Peonies” also appears in an adapted form in the border and header images used on this site. “Carnation” and “Peonies”, as well as the rest of Mucha’s oeuvre, are in the public domain. The social media icons on the right are from KomodoMedia and Paul Robert Lloyd, and used under a Creative Commons license.

In addition to her long-form blog here at claracaverly.com, Miss Clara can also be found…

Miss Clara also maintains a secondary Tumblr for her collection of very interesting etchings, none of which are at all safe for work. They can, however, be found at Miss Clara, Daily, should you happen to have all the curtains drawn.