After Hours: A Collection of Erotic Writing by Black Men

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Robert Fleming
Plume, 2002 - Fiction - 237 pages
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Erotica is red hot -- in literature and in the public's imagination, After Hours brings together an extraordinary collection of eighteen passionate original stories to explore the diversity and richness of the African-American sexual experience. Written by today's brightest black writers -- Colin Channer (Waiting in Vain), John A. Williams (The Man Who Cried I Am), Arthur Flowers (Another Good Loving Blues), Clarence Major (Reflex and Bone Structure) and Kelvin Christopher James (A Fling with a Demon Lover) -- these erotic stories are set against romantic backdrops such as Mexico, the South Seas Islands, New Orleans, and the Caribbean. The heated dances of passion and intimacy are celebrated with candor, lyricism, and several images that titillate, inform, and arouse.

Taken together, these powerfully seductive stories of desire make up a sensual collection that will appeal to those who love provocative prose. For those who couldn't get enough in Brown Sugar, After Hours will satisfy readers' desire and will give them a taste of black literature at its best.

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About the author (2002)

Robert Fleming has written numerous articles for Essence, Black Enterprise, The Source and The New York Times, among others. He is the author of The African American Writers Handbook and The Wisdom of the Elders. His poetry, essays, and fiction have appeared in numerous periodicals and books, and his work was featured in Brown Sugar.

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