Abandon your inhibitions. You are about to experience the most provocative, sensual fiction of the year.
In The Best American Erotica 2001, Marge Piercy introduces us to the nerd kid sex club, Nathan Englander explores the addictive power of a peep show, Jerry Stahl relates a dare from an extremely demanding girlfriend, and Dani Shapiro proves the difference between the fantasy and the reality of losing your virginity.
Twenty-two of America's finest writers bring something for everyone in The Best American Erotica 2001, which will gratify Susie Bright's fans and entice newcomers to her bestselling and always arousing series.
Todd Belton · Marge Piercy · Cara Bruce · Matt Bernstein Sycamore · Tsaurah Litzky · Nathan Englander · Ginu Kamani · Joe Maynard · Wendy Becker · Jerry Stahl · Dani Shapiro · Dodie Bellamy · Dan Taulapapa McMullin · Claire Tristram · James Williams · M. J. Rose Damian Grace · Wade Krueger · Rosalind Christine Lloyd · Charles Flowers · Hanne Blank · Jack Murnighan
|Series:||Best American Erotica Series|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.43(h) x 0.50(d)|
About the Author
Susie Bright is the editor of The Best American Erotica series and host of the weekly audio show In Bed with Susie Bright on Audible.com. She has been a columnist for Playboy and Salon, and has been profiled in USA TODAY, Los Angeles Times, Esquire, Rolling Stone, Mother Jones, and Vanity Fair, among other publications. An international lecturer on sexuality and feminism, she won the 2004 Writer of the Year Award at the Erotic Awards in London. Ms. Bright lives in Santa Cruz, California.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I was very disappointed in the quality of the writing. I felt it lacked poetry, effort and sensuousness. Also, many of the stories were gay or lesbian oriented, which was a downer if you¿re not into that sort of thing. You¿ll be reading along about a beautiful man and getting a pretty good description of what¿s going on and then all the sudden it turns out to be a scene between two men, kind of a drag. I felt the stories lacked luster and sultriness. If you¿re into that, start with Anais Nin¿s Delta of Venus and move on to the Sleeping Beauty stuff by Anne Rice.
I've read nearly all of the 'The Best American Erotica' books, and 2001 ranks up there with 2000....very sexy, crazy, and eye popping reads that get your attention. This edition did not disappoint me.... Susie Bright, if you're out there reading these reviews, I am a fan who is devoted to reading your 'Erotica' anthologies; keep up the awesome work!