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ISBN 978-1-57344-225-1
6 x 9, 312 pages

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Best Gay Erotica Series

Best Gay Erotica 2006

Presenting the year's hottest, most provocative gay writing...the best-selling gay erotica series in America!

"I discovered a hidden culture of foot tapping and notes written on toilet paper, wrapped around pens, and passed underneath stall walls. I imagined entire worlds around shoes and socks and ankles, the texture of hands, the skin underneath wristwatches, the pattern of hair on thighs. I pressed my body against metal partitions while guys on the other side offered hands and tongues and lips and mouths. I thought: If sex is gonna imitate porn, then porn's gonna have to become a whole lot more creative. Which brings us to the volume you have in your hand. This book is dangerous and lovely, just like you." —Mattilda, a.k.a. Matt Bernstein Sycamore

Praise for the Best Gay Erotica series:

"Literally orgasmic." —HX magazine

"A must read." —In Touch

"Full of surprises.... What really distinguishes Best Gay Erotica from its competitors is the quality of the writing." —Bay Area Reporter

"Leaves you hungry for more. Pick up this volume as an introduction to the many and glorious approaches to gay male sexual writing." —Gay & Lesbian Review

RICHARD LABONTÉ has edited the Best Gay Erotica series since 1997. He writes the review column "Book Marks," for Q Syndicate, and edits the Gay Men's Edition of Books to Watch Out For. He lives in Ontario, Canada.

MATTILDA, A.K.A. MATT BERNSTEIN SYCAMORE is the author of a novel, Pulling Taffy, and the editor of three non-fiction anthologies: That's Revolting! Queer Strategies for Resisting Assimilation, Dangerous Families: Queer Writing on Surviving, and Tricks and Treats: Sex Workers Write About Their Clients. Visit Mattilda on the Web at

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