Two anthologies out now from Cleis Press, Best Gay Erotica 1999 and Best Lesbian Erotica 1999, are among the most provocative and readable collections of short fiction. In the men's anthology Best Gay Erotica 1999 we have some of the finest as well as some of the hottest imaginations delivering erotic longing, sexual satisfaction, and -- sometimes -- poetry in motion.
Sex is often more on the fleshy side than the purely erotic in artist Belasco's overtly sexual cartoon panel story called "Sixteen Degrees of Penetration." Jameson Currier's contribution is a more subtly arousing but no less sexual story called "Elvis Is Alive and Working on Eighth Avenue," which begins with the exquisite line, "I have no doubt that I would've been elected the National Cover Boy for Obsession (and I'm not talking about the Calvin Klein cologne, either)...." Put some friction in your fiction and grab this utterly irresistible anthology.
Paperback: 200 pages
Publisher: Cleis Press (January 1999)