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Publisher's Summary

This first volume of Best Sex Writing of the Year features a number of significant bloggers and some of the most important stories of the past two years. Alexandria Goddard is the blogger who made the important connections in the historic Steubenville Rape Case; Epiphora is the most renowned and saucy sex toy reviewer who has legions of dedicated followers; Lux Alptraum has recently sold the wildly successful Fleshbot and taken an editorial position at Nerve. These contributors (and many others) know the words that sell online, and their presence in this collection will carry tremendous weight with listeners.
At the same time, this anthology features topics that have not received as much attention in previous editions. Jiz Lee raises exasperated hands to the ongoing ban of fisting in porn. Internationally acclaimed musician Ember Swift recounts her sexual appetites while she was pregnant. David Henry Sterry remembers his experience as a sex worker providing service to an 82-year-old woman. People - including those beyond the sex community - are learning to consider sex from many different angles, and this collection covers a great number of them.
©2015 Jon Pressick (P)2017 Cleis Press
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3 out of 5 stars
By Anika on 07-01-18

worthy essays

There is some writing here I enjoyed a lot, but the narrator’s kvellingly cheerful delivery (as if introducing a heartwarming children’s movie in every sentence) made me want to stop many times. My book club was reading this, though, so I persevered.

Also, a production note: there are no pauses at all between the different essays, so when a story ends on a touching moment, the next story starts immediately, mid-feels.

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1 out of 5 stars
By Murry on 07-11-17

Awful - Waste of Money

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This was definitely NOT good sex writing. Whoever created the title for this book should be fired and they should also give refunds to anyone that wasted money on this piece of crap. Never purchase this.

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