Herotica 2: A Collection of Women's Erotic Fiction

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Susie Bright, Joani Blank
Plume, 1992 - Fiction - 204 pages
4 Reviews
Following the first Herotica anthology published in 1988 - the first to be published in the UK - this book offers more writing to tantalize and titillate the libido and the imagination. Two dozen original stories from women offer a feast of spicy stories which celebrate sex and sensual pleasure.

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Review: Herotica 1: A Collection of Women's Erotic Fiction (Herotica #1)

User Review  - Gina M Jordan - Goodreads

I read this years ago & remember how disappointing it was. Either I'm just into more directly expressed sexuality (porn) or this book was too soft & amorphous. The stories were like disconnected ... Read full review

Review: Herotica 1: A Collection of Women's Erotic Fiction (Herotica #1)

User Review  - Kesler - Goodreads

This book is to erotic literature as Super Mario 64 is to video games. Read full review

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No Balance
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Boca Chico
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Bus Stop
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About the author (1992)

Susie Bright is the editor of "The Best American Erotica" series and host of the weekly audio show "In Bed with Susie Bright" on Audible.com. She has been a columnist for "Playboy" and "Salon, " and has been profiled in "USA TODAY, Los Angeles Times, Esquire, Rolling Stone, Mother Jones, " and "Vanity Fair, " among other publications. An international lecturer on sexuality and feminism, she won the 2004 Writer of the Year Award at the Erotic Awards in London. Ms. Bright lives in Santa Cruz, California.

Joani Blank has been working in the field of sexuality as a Joani Blank has been working in the field of sexuality as a writer, editor, counselor, teacher, community volunteer and writer, editor, counselor, teacher, community volunteer and entrepreneur for more than thirty years. entrepreneur for more than thirty years.

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