The Mammoth Book of Erotica

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Running Press, 2000 - Fiction - 624 pages
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A newly revised and updated edition of the bestselling collection of contemporary erotic fiction, this anthology of erotic short stories has been revised and expanded with new sensual tales especially commissioned for the volume. So it is that Vicki Hendricks, Michael Hemmingson, Thomas Roche, Marilyn Jaye-Lewis, Mark Pritchard, and Stewart Home contribute original works to a collection already distinguished by such major names as Kathy Acker, Samuel Delany, Clive Barker, Leonard Cohen, and Anne Rice.

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Such a bad book that I'm probably scarred for life despite skipping over the worst parts. Read full review

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Maxim Jakubowski is a Paris-educated British writer and editMaxim Jakubowski is a Paris-educated British writer and editor. For 14 years he has edited the bestselling Mammoth Book or. For 14 years he has edited the bestselling Mammoth Book of Erotica series, as well as two volumes of erotic photograof Erotica series, as well as two volumes of erotic photography. In his own right, The Times once labelled him 'the kingphy. In his own right, The Times once labelled him 'the king of the erotic thriller' for his provocative novels, and Tim of the erotic thriller' for his provocative novels, and Time Out featured him as one of London's most sexy writers, aloe Out featured him as one of London's most sexy writers, alongside Chaucer, Shakespeare, JG Ballard, Hanif Kureishi and ngside Chaucer, Shakespeare, JG Ballard, Hanif Kureishi and very few contemporaries. He teaches creative erotica writingvery few contemporaries. He teaches creative erotica writing for the Faber Academy. for the Faber Academy.

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