Best Lesbian Erotica 2010
Sexy, surprising and unforgettably erotic fiction.
For more than a decade, the Best Lesbian Erotica series has published the highest quality, most intelligent and provocative erotica of each year. New series editor Kathleen Warnock now takes her turn tending this "strong, fertile garden of delights."
Best Lesbian Erotica 2010 travels around the world of lesbian sex with deliriously explicit stories that push desire to new heights. In Sophia Valenti's "Sweet Tooth," a deliciously dominant femme serves up far more than cupcakes at her bakery. Stella Sandberg recounts the reckless lust of two butch bikers in a Spanish churchyard in "Girona, 1960." Natt Nightly's "Ridden" seduces with the hot power play between a photographer and muse. Selected and introduced by the world's hottest lesbian band, BETTY, Best Lesbian Erotica 2010 offers a collection of arousing and sensually lyrical fiction.
Including: Stella Sandberg, Stella Watts Kelley, Betty Blue, Sophia Valenti, Alex Tucci, Maggie Veness, Holly Farris, Kelsy Chauvin, Colleen C. Dunphy, Dani M., Kymberlyn Reed and Anais Morten, Allison Wonderland, Gala Fur, Nicole Wolfe, Charlie Anders, Vanessa Vaughn, Tobi Hill-Meyer, Elizabeth Cage, R. G. Emanuelle, D. L. King, Natt Nightly, and Molly Bloom.
KATHLEEN WARNOCK is a playwright and editor. Her erotica (as Kyle Walker) has previously appeared in several editions of Best Lesbian Erotica, as well as A Woman's Touch and Friction 7. Her plays have been seen in New York, London, Dublin, and regionally. She was the 2006 winner of the Robert Chesley Award for Playwriting, and the 2008 Arts & Letters Prize for Drama. She curates the Robert Chesley/Jane Chambers Playwrights Project for TOSOS Theater. Her articles and interviews have appeared in GO! Magazine, Ms., BUST, Metal Maidens, ROCKRGRL, and many other publications. She curates the Drunken! Careening! Writers! reading series at KGB Bar in New York City. She is a member of the Dramatists Guild, the Publishing Triangle and Emerging Artists Theatre.
BETTY is an alternative rock group from New York City, originating in Washington, D.C. and gaining a cult audience and large GLBT fan base thanks to their harmonies and unique lyrics. In 2003 the group starred in its own off-Broadway musical BETTY RULES directed by Rent's Michael Greif, since been performed in Chicago and their old stomping grounds of Washington, DC. BETTY has appeared as a regular guest artist on the television show The L Word, for which they provided the theme song, thus cementing their place as the standard bearers of lesbian rock.
Also by Kathleen Warnock