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Macho Sluts, by Pat Califia.
Pat Califia is, for good reason, the most outstanding, influential writer of fiction about consensual BDSM interactions. Her primary focus is leather dykes, but her writings cover a wide range of styles, identifications, and genders. This particular selection of stories depicts many realistic, emotionally strong women, a wide range of play styles, and memorable scenes. Includes the deservedly famous story, "The Calyx of Isis." Also by Pat Califia: Doc and Fluff: The Distopian Tale of a Girl and Her Biker, a novel of lesbian bikers; and Melting Point, erotic short stories featuring the hard and soft edges of lesbian sexuality.
Doing It for Daddy, ed. by Pat Califia.
Collected short stories by many well-known writers of BDSM about adult partners exploring age play in consensual BDSM relationships. In these stories the reader can see the pervasive natural development of age play in many caring, mature relationships where the partners grow, heal, or merely enjoy forbidden fantasies together. Although most of the contributors write from a gay or lesbian perspective, the themes and descriptions are applicable generally. Eye-opening and forthright.
SM Visions: The Best of Circlet Press, ed. by Cecilia Tan.
BDSM and fantasy intertwined by some fine writers of short stories. Explores melding science fiction and mythological elements with BDSM, per panel debates and discussions at many recent Science Fiction conventions. Also see Telepaths Don't Need Safewords, by Cecilia Tan. See also Circlet Press's Fantasy.
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Herotica 4: A New Collection of Erotic Writing by Women.
Here, 29 steamy stories illustrate a myriad of sexual experiences including infidelity, talking dirty, pornography, lesbianism, heterosexuality, group sex, dominance, submission, visions of pleasure on another planet and even a gender-changing vampire.
Manhandled: Gripping Tales of Gay Erotic Fiction by Austin Foxxe
This is a fine collection of tales which fulfill and then exceed expectations. In addition to being loaded (mild pun) with eroticism, they are inventive, sometimes surprisingly so, often full of fun and mischief and sometimes genuinely affecting on an emotional level. If you enjoy the genre, you'll get a lot of pleasure from this book
Herotica 6: A New Collection of Women's Erotica by Marcy Sheiner
This time out, Sheiner has chosen to concentrate on partnerships, and in her introduction she explains that her concern was to provide an answer for the inevitable question: So how do women keep sex alive in committed relationships? All of the contributors are women, of course, but since a significant number are also lesbians, bisexuals, and sadomasochists, it should come as no surprise that many of the relationships portrayed herein are unusual.
Flesh and Blood: Guilty as Sin: Erotic Tales of Crime and Passion
The pairing is so obvious that it's remarkable someone hadn't thought to create a compilation of stories combining graphic sex with noir detective settings long ago. Isn't that what detective fiction is ultimately all about, anyway? Detective stories all seem to involve the seven deadly sins sooner or later. There's greed, envy, lust, lust, lust, lust and lust. I think I covered 'em all. However, not much else remains covered in FLESH & BLOOD: GUILTY AS SIN, the latest in the FLESH & BLOOD anthologies of original stories edited by Max Allan Collins and Jeff Gelb.