Cleis Press's Best Lesbian Erotica and Best Women's Erotica series top bestseller lists, raising and exceeding the standards and expectations of readers of erotic fiction with each new edition. Now the African-American women's erotica market will discover the same level of literate, provocative sex writing in this debut collection of a new series.
Best Black Women's Erotica showcases the hottest, most arousing, and most surprising erotic literature by African-American women writers. Representing a wide range of styles and voices, these 25 new stories offer a steamy assortment of fiction from popular authors such as Valerie Wilson Wesley, Bertise Berry, Tananarive Due, Diane McKinney-Whetstone, Barbara Neely, Renee Swindle, Vernise Berry, Julie Hare, and Terris Grimes, among others.
This acclaimed collection of erotic fiction by African American women writers is a rare find: both hot and intelligent. Stories from respected and popular writers like Valerie Wilson Wesley, Bertise Berry, Tananarive Due, and Diane McKinney-Whetstone experience a rich, sensual narration from Christy Clark. Listeners will discover that these creative tales, which run the gamut from fantasy to real-life recollection, inspire them to explore new territory in both their imaginations and their love lives. By turns literate and titillating, Best Black Women's Erotica is an example of sex writing at its best.
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Sooo Tired of the Struggle -- Really Rape?
The story of being black and a woman doesn't begin in slavery; it doesn't begin at struggle. Sometimes I am simultaneously black, a woman and okay. I'm not a victim of circumstance or mired in the cares of the day. I was hoping for some escapism in this book and it starts out from sentence one as a disappointment on this front. Starting a book of erotica with a brutal rape is EXTREMELY OFF-PUTTING.
Please find some black women's erotica that doesn't start with a brutal rape. Black women want positive fantasies too. Geez.
- Sydelle Books