PLUS: Candid interviews with America's top erotic writers, like you've never heard them before.
The 10th anniversary edition of The Best American Erotica includes the most esteemed and lascivious writers at work today.
Dorothy Allison explores the wonderful, mysterious abilities of the human hand, and Zane's corporate tigress plays mind games that make other office shenanigans look like mere games of Candyland.
In candid Q&As, the authors reveal that they are great-grandfathers, prostitutes with Ivy League diplomas, and former lunatic asylum attendants.
Included in this collection:
"The Baby Sitter" by Martha Miller
Excerpt from Choke by Chuck Palahniuk
"The Man in the Grey Flannel Tights" by Susan St. Aubin
"Nasty" by Mel Smith
"A Live One" by Greta Christina
"In the Giraffe House..." by Robert Irwin
"Ponyboy" by James Williams
"How We Did It" by Susan Volchok
"Hombrecito" by Myriam Gurba
"The Everlasting Secret First Family of F--k" by Vaginal Davis
"The Erotic Adventures of Jim and Louella Parsons" by Bertice Berry
"What She Did With Her Hands" by Dorothy Allison
"Three Bears in a Tub" by Jack Fritscher
"How to Make a Cake" by Lisa Wolfe
"Courteney Cox's Asshole" by Jill Soloway
Excerpt from Snow by Dagoberto Gilb
"Mergers&Acquisitions" by Zane
"Semen in a Bullet" by Scott
"Johnny" by Alison L. Smith
"The Word Nebraska" by Tennessee Jones
Previously published as Best American Erotica 2003.
"[Susie Bright] is the absolute bomb." (Tristan Taormino, The Village Voice)
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By Paula Beck on 23-10-03
I'm a huge fan of Susie Bright, but I didn't enjoy this. Production-wise, I didn't like the fact that each new story started abruptly, actually before you realized that the last one was over. If there had been a longer silence, or preferably some music, it would have flowed better.
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By Jesse on 25-08-05
What happened to BAE 2002?
Seeing the title 'erotica' lends my imagination that Susie Bright will once again provide the listener/reader with enjoyable product. This was a good listen. I only hope that the "Best of ..." series will continue to bring us past as well as future editions.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful