Zoë Apostolides

Zoë Apostolides is a frequent contributor to the Erotic Review and was its Deputy Editor until 2017 (and now a Contributing Editor). She is a writer and journalist based in North London. She first worked at Erotic Review as editorial assistant, for which she was paid in soup and Erotic Towers’ collection of broken 90s sex toys. She also writes about theatre, books, film, TV and cars. Zoë is currently seeking representation for her first novel. She tweets @zoeapostolides.


An Interview with Jodi Ellen Malpas

David Bowie 1947 – 2016

What’s In a Name?

How not to go on telly

Expose a Mistress! Or don’t

Breaking Up Online

Sex, Lies, and Gatsos

An Erotic Soundtrack

Dancing on a Volcano

Gatsby: Let’s Talk About Sex


Driving with Uncle Peck

Emphatically not looking for love

Have you heard, it’s in the stars…

Tongue in Cheek: The Best New Erotica Written by Women

Anonymous Anonymous

Ursula Martinez: Free Admission

Emphatically Not Looking for Love

Driving with Uncle Peck: review


The Emma Press poetry collections

The Other Club

Sex Box

National Theatre’s Edward II


Stephen King’s Joyland

Scarlet Letters

Wam Bam at the Bloomsbury Ballroom

The Juliette Society

Proud Camden 

Peter and Alice


Mourning Glory

Welcome to the Jungle

The Red Room of Cabaret

Sex and Sensibility

Xmas Reviews: How To Be A Liberal: from Brexit Britain to Trump’s America to Orban’s Hungary, liberalism is under attack [Editor’s Choice]