Best Lesbian Erotica 2013 is about the trembling pleasure of anticipation as much as the moment when sex actually happens. Curated by Lammy nominee, Kathleen Warnock, Best Lesbian Erotica 2013 is as diverse as it is delectable- unlikely pairings appear as do sizzling hot one-time encounters and well-developed characters in well-developed relationships. Lesbians meet, sometimes fall in love, have a break up or two but always have lots of intensely great sex. Raw, romantic and always unforgettable, Best Lesbian Erotica 2013 will test your erotic boundaries and take you over the edge and into a world where fantasies become reality. Lesbian literary icon Jewelle Gomez (The Gilda Stories) returns to the series she helped put at the forefront of erotica. Gomez, who selected the stories for the 1997 edition of Best Lesbian Erotica, has returned once again to pluck the jewels of the best lesbian erotica around. In the words of editor Kathleen Warnock, \"expect the unexpected.\"
She has authored many erotic short stories and has collected her own works, as well as others', in dozens of published collections, including specialized volumes on BDSM (two volumes of Naughty Spanking Stories from A to Z and the He's On Top & She's On Top collections) and lesbian erotica (Glamour Girls & First-Timers). She has also co-edited a number of collections with other editors and writers, including Alison Tyler, Stacy Bias, Wendy Caster, Julie May, and Christopher Pierce.
ZOE AMOS is the pen name Janet F. Williams uses for lesbian-themed romance, erotica and contemporary fiction. You can read her work in Ultimate Lesbian Erotica 2006 and 2008, and Best Lesbian Love Stories 2010. For more stories and nonfiction, please search for either name and please visit JanetFWilliams.com.
THE TERM \"comic book\" might conjure dime-store entertainment, tales of superhumans in capes and tights. But take a look at the alternative comics scene, and GLBT memoirs full of candor and insight abound. From Alison Bechdel's Fun Home (2006) on her relationship with her closeted gay father to Ellen Forney 's Marbles (20 I 2) on her bisexuality and bipolar disorder, one sees gay and lesbian stories blossom in this marriage of the well-drawn illustration and the apt turn of phrase. Comics are at once art and literature, and the best memoirs combine the narrative power of both. 781b155fdc