A collection of stories by Japan's number one writer of erotic fiction that will bring a smile to even the most seasoned veteran of shock with its magisterial description of sado-masochistic bondage domination. Each story is based on the author's life. A small town teacher's secret life as porn writer is exposed by his wife who herself discovers an aggresive sexual side, a heterosexual man's inability to reconcile his feelings over a homosexual relationship leads to extreme measures and in the most autobiographical tale, Dan recalls his collaboration with S&M star Naomi Tan.
Oniroku Dan (n e Yukihiko Kuroiwa) was born in 1931. His first novel--a literary fiction entitled Oyako Donburi (Parent and Child Bowl, referring
to a dish of rice with chicken and egg, but connoting sex with a mother/daughter pair) garnered Dan the All Yomimono Newcomer Award in 1957. His first erotic novel--Flowers and Snakes--was written under his current pseudonym, Oniroku Dan, in the early 1960s, and he soon became the top writer of erotic novels in Japan. In 1969, he founded Oni Productions for which he wrote many pornographic movie scripts and published bondage photo collections. Dan has published more than 120 books, and his works have been adapted to more than fifty movies. From this book, "Season of Infidelity" was adapted to the big screen in 2000.