Best Gay Erotica 2010

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Cleis Press, Sep 18, 2013 - Fiction - 206 pages
9 Reviews
Writers clamor to get into the Best Gay Erotica series because it sets the bar for the highest quality of sexy, gay stories. Richard Labonté is an icon in the field of erotic and romantic writing who has a knack for finding seductive, literary talent. Blair Mastbaum, author, editor, producer, and actor, selected this year's crop, picking top-notch stories that are unparalleled in hotness and excellence. Best Gay Erotica 2010 is the biggest page-turner of them all, with stories running the gamut of gay male sexual experiences, from first times to one-night stands, from long-time lovers to explosive group get-togethers. In "A Beautiful Place," a young male ingenue brings Hollywood to its knees, literally. "The Suburban Boy" reveals that the real magic kingdom in central Florida, where every erotic wish comes true. Contributors include Simon Sheppard, Rachel Kramer Bussel, David Holly, Nick Hudson, Marvin Partridge, Thom Wolf, and Jamie Freeman.

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Review: Best Gay Erotica 2001 (Best Gay Erotica)

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I am taking this off my currently-reading shelf because it has been there a LONG time. Not sure when, or if, I'll get back to it. I won't mark it dnf because I think circumstances directed me away from the stories as opposed to quality. Read full review

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User Review  - bettysunflower - LibraryThing

This is a wonderful collection of gay erotica. The stories are well written with great characters and are varied, fun reads. Read full review

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About the author (2013)

Richard Labonté lives on small, friendly Bowen Island, off the coast of British Columbia, Canada. One of the founders of A Different Light Bookstore, he has edited the Best Gay Erotica series since 1996. He reviews 100 books a year for Q Syndicate, which distributes "Book Marks," his fortnightly column; writes the "Books to Watch Out For/Gay Men's Edition" newsletter; and writes book reviews for Publishers Weekly.

Blair Mastbaum's novel, Clay's Way, won a Lambda Literary Award. Mastbaum also edited the anthology Cool Thing: The Best New Gay Fiction by Young American Writers. Mastbaum acted in and produced the 2005 Sundance Film Festival official competition film, Ellie Parker, directed by Scott Coffey and starring Naomi Watts.

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