Best Lesbian Erotica 2011

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Simon and Schuster, Dec 1, 2010 - Fiction - 256 pages
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What are lesbians longing for? Playwright, event host, and editor Kathleen Warnock helps answer this question in her newest edition of this much-loved, best-selling series. Featuring work from some of the best-known erotic writers as well as the debuts of startling new talent, Best Lesbian Erotica 2011 welcomes back some familiar faces, including Stella Sandberg. Her story, "Manchester, 2000," follows the European adventures of two studs on a long ride. Perennial favorite Betty Blue returns with "The Garden of Earthly Delights," an encounter between a firespirit and a lost boi on the celestial plane. Cheyenne Blue’s "A Story About Sarah" travels to the antipodes, telling the story of a life-long love between a rancher’s daughter and a half-Aboriginal woman. There’s more . . . right under the covers of Best Lesbian Erotica 2011.

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Kathleen Warnock is a playwright and editor. Her erotica has appeared in Best Lesbian Erotica and other anthologies. Her fiction, essays and reviews have been seen in Love, Christopher Street; ROCKRGRL; BUST, Ms.; It’s Only Rock & Roll, and the liner notes for the Joan Jett CD Unfinished Business. Her plays have been produced in New York City, regionally in the United States, and internationally. Best Lesbian Erotica 2014 "Lusty lesbians sexing it up in bite size pieces is always a delight." —BDSM Book Reviews "These sixteen portraits of delightfully smart smut present a realistic look at lesbian desire." —EDGE "Devoted to ladies in love and the twenty stories are as equally varied as in its sister publications." —Erotic Trade Only "I appreciate the Best Lesbian Erotica series as an annual grab bag of erotic adventures." —C-Spot Reviews "Pick up Best Lesbian Erotica 2014 for the sex, stay between its covers for the believable characters." —San Francisco Book Review

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