From the poignant to the explicit, the suggestive to the sublime, what unites these varied stories of sex, sensuality and passion is their unbridled quest to challenge and entertain. Top women writers from all realms of fiction are brought together under one sizzling cover. Sometimes darkly humorous and often blistering hot; whether straight, bisexual, or lesbian; fetish, vanilla, or experimental in tone, Stirring Up a Storm is imaginative storytelling at its best from today's hottest women writers. Some of the more notable writers include Dorothy Allison; two-time O. Henry Short Story Prize winner and Pushcart Prize Winner Janice Eidus; Pushcart Prize winner and National Book Award finalist Kim Addonizio; Bellwether Prize winner Milda M. De Voe; Pushcart Prize nominee Holly Farris; Lauren Henderson; Jennifer Jordan; Joyce Carol Oates; Australia's platinum-selling recording artist Max Sharam; Solvej Schou; top-selling erotica writer Alison Tyler; Margaret Atwood; and top-selling BDSM writer Claire Thompson.
|Publisher:||Running Press Book Publishers|
|Edition description:||First Trade Paper Edition|
|Product dimensions:||5.64(w) x 8.32(h) x 0.89(d)|
About the Author
Marilyn Jaye Lewis is the founder of the Erotic Authors Association, the first American organization to honor literary excellence in the erotic genre. Her books include When Hearts Collide, In the Secret Hours, and When the Night Stood Still. Lewis is also a Blue Moon author and has had a story published in TMP's Aroused: A Collection of Erotic Writing edited by Karen Finley.
Marilyn Jaye Lewis' s erotic short stories and novellas have appeared in nearly 40 books and anthologies in the United States and Europe. She is the founder and executive director of the Erotic Authors Association, the first American organization to honor literary excellence in the erotic genre. She is co-editor of the international top-selling art book, The Mammoth Book of Erotic Photography. Her erotic fiction has won many citations and awards, including the New Century Writer Awards and finalist in the William Faulkner Writing Competition.
She has been interviewed on syndicated radio, Internet radio, cable television, and Canadian syndicated television. As head writer for RomAntics Inc., her work was highlighted on HBO, won an AVN award for Best Adult CD ROM game of 1998, and received critical recognition in Entertainment Weekly.