Abigail Ekue is a writer and photographer based in New York exploring the human experience of "being". She is the author of the erotic short story collection, The Darker Side of Lust, now in it's second edition. The erotic collection addresses sexless marriages, infidelity, open marriages, anal sex & pegging, masturbation, first-time encounters, sex work, religion, abuse and death through character-driven short stories featuring heterosexual, bisexual and transgender characters. Abigail has shared selections at literary readings and erotic events in New York and Washington DC. Her work has gained her recognition as one of five Caribbean authors worth knowing by Potent Magazine. Her erotic non-fiction has been published in Sensheant Magazine. Abigail facilitated an erotic writing workshop, "Her Erotic Words: Writing for the Sensual Self" at the Sensual Woman's Soiree hosted by ISIS Phoenix.

Abigail Ekue has discussed sex, dating, body image, feminism and the creative process on VICE, TK in the AM, The Venus Revolution with THE American Hottentot, Conversations LIVE! with Cyrus Webb, Spotlite Radio, Love, Sex and Hip Hop and The Comfort Zone. She has been quoted in 
Maxim Magazine
, the NY Post, Clutch Magazine, SheKnows, and New York Spirit Magazine on sex, marriage, body image, pubic hair and naked yoga, respectively.