Best Lesbian Erotica 2000

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Tristan Taormino, Joan Nestle
Cleis Press, 1999 - Fiction - 200 pages
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The bestselling lesbian erotica series in America! Capturing the hottest, freshest lesbian erotica of the year.

"For me, the best erotic stories closely resemble the people who make my skin flush hot pink and send my head into overdrive. They're fiercely intelligent, confident and intricate. They can sweep me off my feet or catch me off guard. They are tender and nasty and just a little bit dangerous. They are not always what you expect them to be." --Tristan Taormino, series editor

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About the author (1999)

Tristan Taormino is an award-winning author, columnist, editor, and educator who has been featured in publications including the "New York Times" and "Entertainment Weekly".

Joan Nestle was born in the Bronx in 1940 and spent most of her life in New York City, where, in 1958, she entered public lesbian life in the bars of Greenwich Village. She taught writing in the SEEK Program at Queens College from 1965 to 1990. In 1974 she cofounded the Lesbian Herstory Archives which still thrives today in its Brooklyn home. Her own provinciality ended, she hopes, when she moved to Melbourne, Australia, in 2002 to be with her lover, Dianne Otto. At seventy-three Nestle is most grateful when she is forced to see with new eyes that which she thought she knew. She is the author of A Restricted Country (Cleis Press, 2003) and A Fragile Union (Cleis Press, 1998) and editor of seven other books exploring the lesbian body and imagination.

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