Smut:, Volume 1

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Chronicle Books, Dec 20, 2007 - Fiction - 208 pages
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Finally, erotica you'll still respect in the morning. The first in a series of annual anthologies, Smut presents 22 piecesof Nerve.com's most talked-about fiction. More fearless, forthright, and provocative than typical "erotica" and less blockheadedly masculine than your standard "pornography," Smut collects clich-shattering stories from some of today's most talented writers. In the hands of celebrated authors such as Robert Olen Butler, Aimee Bender, A. M. Holmes, Jay McInerney, and Alice Sebold, seductive entanglements become not only salaciously steamy, but finely wrought. It's literature of the highest order: intelligent, undeniably hot, and in a package to die for. Really, what more could a person ask for in bed?

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For ten years now, Nerve.com has nurtured one-night stands and marriages alike through its famous personal ads, not to mention quite the roster of literary talent. The likes of Steve Almond, A.M ... Read full review

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\Nerve.com has published provocative essays and photographs daily since 1997. The Web site has won numerous awards including National Magazine Award nominations and Webby Awards.

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