The Best American Erotica, Volume 6: Tell Me What It Is

  • by Susie Bright, Elise D'Haene, Anne Tourney
  • Narrated by Richard Brewer, Gabrielle de Cuir, Pamella D'Pella
  • 8 hrs and 7 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The San Francisco Chronicle describes Bright as "the X-rated intellectual" and The New York Times hails her as "the voice of sweet reason and literacy." This sixth annual edition of a best-selling series is sure to satisfy old fans and leave newcomers begging for more.
Included in this collection:


Excerpt from Licking Our Wounds by Elise D'Haene
"How to Come on a Bus" by Anne Tourney
"The Two Gentlemen of Verona" by Richard Collins
"Jack" by Michael Thomas Ford
Excerpt from The End of Alice by A. M. Homes
"Up for a Nickel" by Thomas S. Roche
"Penetration" by Cecilia Tan
"Watershed" by Jack Murnighan
"Spurt" by Kevin Killian
"Three Obscene Phone Calls" by Marian Phillips
"Picking Up Daddy" by Robin Sweeney
"The Number One Song in the Country" by Ben Neihart
"All This and Heaven, Too" by John Mason Skipp
"Mother of Pearl" by Donald Rawley
"Fleeing Gods" by Mary Anne Mohanraj
"The Balm That Heals" by Tsaurah Litzky
"Doctor Fell" by Michael Bronski
"The Terminatrix" by Edo Van Belkom
"Tell Me What It Is" by Edward Falco
"Is Your Husband Obsessed with On-Line Pornography?" by Keri Pentauk

Previously published as Best American Erotica 1999.

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What the Critics Say

"[Susie Bright is] the avatar of American erotica." (The New York Times)

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A little bit of erotica

These stories were all short and over within a few minutes. The majority were good and often very steamy. The prologue at the start by the editor was somewhat annoying but that had more to do with her American twang than what she was saying. However, she did forwarn that the mix of stories included all sorts of erotica and it was simply that, but there were only a few that I skipped over. This was either because they were not interesting to me or not my cup of tea, but on the whole enjoyable to listen to.
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- SJ Welsted

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-01-2007
  • Publisher: Susie Bright