Huck Pilgrim has lived on the streets of New York City, in a communal home for Christians in upstate New York, and aboard an American submarine out of San Diego. He has washed dishes, made costumed helium balloon deliveries, and robbed designer jeans from department stores.

Huck writes gritty stories about submission, blackmail, and coercion. Occasionally he tosses a hand grenade of action and adventure into the mix. Huck’s stories are vivid fantasies, exploring the darker sides of obedience and exposure. In Huck’s stories, the mousy girl becomes suddenly bold and capable, often discovering the hidden slut inside her. The men are handsome, hard-bitten, and cruel, enjoying all manner of debauchery.


To reach the editorial offices for Pilgrim Press, write huck@huckpilgrim.com.

8 thoughts on “About

  1. I found one of your many erotic shorts while I was on my Amazon account a few weeks back,and decided to download it for my Kindle. I must say,your work is pretty good. However,I would really love to see you broaden your horizons even more and create an erotic piece involving two women. Best of luck to you in the writing game,my friend. You seem to know where you’re going!
    Lily Danielle Hex


  2. Hi Lily! Thank you so much for the kind words about the work. I’m new at this and really trying hard to make something worthwhile. Glad to know you appreciate it.

    I’m working on another short right now that’s taking up all my time and energy. Sort of a dark piece, but I think it has some potential to take the series in a bold new direction. I don’t want to say too much about it just yet, but look for something new in the next few weeks.

    I hear what you’re saying about broadening horizons. I’ve toyed with the idea of Gloria Dean and the girl who calls herself Natasha finding themselves in a relationship. I can’t commit to anything, but I want to make you happy. Let me see what I can do!


  3. Huck:
    Love the art work on your books. Didn’t realize you were published. You should tell us disease ridden transients at ERWA more about your experience
    Spencer Dryden


  4. Nice blog Huck, thought I’d pop in and say hi, since I’ve taken the dive and set up a blog also. Looks like you have a nice catalogue of work, will have to check it out!

    Meno (yet another disease ridden transient from ERWA)


  5. I am a bit of a completionist despite my tight budget. However, I find your ouvre is a little confusing. I would apreciate a list of stories and their varients or alternate titles and which stories are in which collections if that wasn’t too much trouble. Anyhow, great work! Thank you.


    1. Dani, your wish is my command!


      I pulled this right out of my OneNote and added a few notes. I can see the need for something like this and will maybe move it to a page of its own and maybe figure out a better format for the table. Until then, let me know if anything needs clarification. If you (or anyone, really) are interested in reviewing an FREE advance copy of any book in my backlog, I am happy to send it to you, as long as you promise to write an honest review of the book on Amazon. Books with reviews do a little better in the market place, plus I love to hear what readers think. Especially super engaged readers like yourself. Write me at huck (at) huckpilgrim (dot) com.


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