Black Feathers

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HarperCollins, May 6, 1998 - Fiction - 295 pages
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In this groundbreaking collection Cecilia Tan blurs the very definition of sexuality and redefines the future of erotic fiction.She delves deep into the world of dark fantasy in a powerful collection of stories that interweave the supernatural and science fiction with the fantasy of daydream; she brilliantly combines noir erotica at its most potent with startling sensuality to shatter the physical and emotional boundaries of sex. These stories, some never before published, range in style and texture from the warmth of magical realism to disturbing modern gothic -- showcasing a rich and varied exploration of sex in worlds that might be earthtly -- to tales of the human fantasies and magical dreams to which we all succumb. From the critically acclaimed, otherwordly "Pearl Driver" to "The Game," all of Tan's stories celebrate the body and sex, revealing the positive emotions behind even the darkest desires.

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About the author (1998)

Cecilia Tan's stories have appeared in Susie's Bright Best American Erotica˙ 1998 and 1996, On a Bed of Rice: An Asian American Erotic Feast,˙ and in magazines as diverse as Penthouse˙ and Ms. She is the founder and publisher of Circlet Press and lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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