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SISTER CARRIE CAME
a novel by Tom Bussmann

Theodore Dreiser meets the Marquis de Sade (and other pornographic writers) in Tom Bussmann’s innovative new novel. Here the author seamlessly melds texts to form a compelling narrative of, among other things, Victorian lust.

Bussmann’s wicked little novel has several tricks up its sleeve. Using Dreiser as narrator, his tale steers a candid autobiography into the surreal fast lane—where explicit hyperbole is common in forbidden Victorian lit. Yet the story also manages to hint at the author’s personal reading habits and reveals an abiding fascination with St. Louis and the American west.

Sister Carrie Came is an incendiary work of erotic semiotics.

$12.95
Trade paperback, 144 pp.
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THE NEW PLEASURE & other stories
by Pierre Louÿs
translated and adapted by G. F. Monkshood

This collection of seven titillating tales by the author of Aphrodite and The Songs of Bilitis, presents a sensual style with sublime erotic undertones. It includes the novella “Woman and Puppet” – a startling tale of obsessive love – which became the basis for Luis Buñuel’s film “That Obscure Object of Desire.”

Pierre Louÿs (1870 – 1925) was a French poet and writer renowned for lesbian and classical themes, as well as for explicit erotic works published posthumously. He was a gifted stylist whose pagan texts have a distinctly hypnotic power. In 1896, his first novel Aphrodite became
the most popular and best selling book of its day.

$14.95
Trade paperback, 224 pp.
Classics of Passion series

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THE NEW URGE READER 2:
Erotic Fiction by New Women Writers

edited by Norman Conquest
Introduction by Elizabeth Yoo

A saucy sequel to our popular anthology.  This new edition features provocation stories by Jessica Alexander, Tina V. Cabrera, Catherine D’Avis, Elna Holst, Eurydice Kamvyselli, Lily Knol, Marina Kris, Pamela Naruta, Erin Pim, Val Prozorova, Amy Summers, & Tara Stillions Whitehead.

$12.95
Trade paperback, 178 pp.
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THE NEW URGE READER:
Erotic Fiction by New Women Writers

edited by Norman Conquest

This provocative anthology features ten exciting voices from France, Great Britain, Australia, Canada, and the United States. These imaginative tales reveal Eros in a variety of styles – poetic, playful, startling and graphic. Edited by Norman Conquest, this volume features innovative erotic fiction by Emily June Brink, Suzanne Burns, Catherine D’Avis, Rachel Kendall, Cody Kmoch, Pamela Naruta, L T O’Rourke, Maria Schurr, Star Spider, and L C Wilkinson.  [cover photograph by Mylene Viger]

Seduction guaranteed.

$10.95
Trade paperback, 146 pp.
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VENUS IN FURS: ILLUSTRATED EDITION
by Leopold von Sacher-Masoch
Translated from the German by Fernanda Savage
Illustrated by Nelly Sanchez

“Love knows no virtue, no profit; it loves and forgives and suffers everything, because it must.”

Originally published in 1870, the notorious novel VENUS IN FURS quickly became a landmark work of erotic literature. Written by the Austrian author Leopold von Sacher-Masoch, the book’s themes of female dominance and sadomasochism are legendary. This new edition—translated from the German by Fernanda Savage—features stunning collage illustrations by French artist Nelly Sanchez.

$12.95
Trade paperback, 234 pp.
[Classics of Passion collector’s edition]

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HIDDEN GEMS: THE BEST OF THE PEARL
by Anonymous
Selected by Lawrence Hamilton

“A raunchy romp through the Victorian underground.”

The notorious Victorian monthly THE PEARL was published in London from July 1879 to December 1880 and was subsequently shut down by the authorities for publishing obscene literature. Each issue was devoted to erotic serials featuring sex in high society, incest and flagellation, interspersed with ribald parodies, poems and smutty limericks. This selection (over 300 pages) includes the best of THE PEARL, A JOURNAL OF FACETIAE AND VOLUPTUOUS READING and is drawn from all of its 18 issues. HIDDEN GEMS is a fascinating look at the secret obsessions behind the Puritan’s mask.

$14.95
Trade paperback, 334 pp.
[Classics of Passion collector’s edition]

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EROTIC TALES
by Catherine D’Avis

A collection of twelve erotic short stories by the author of the controversial novel Angel of Everything.

This edition features an exclusive interview with Catherine D’Avis.

Ms. D’Avis’s work has been compared to the French writer Marguerite Duras, and these tales are guaranteed to seduce you.

$9.95
Trade paperback, 162 pp.
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ANGEL OF EVERYTHING
by Catherine D’Avis
Translated by Kenneth D. Fletcher

Bored with her life in a quiet, French coastal town and desperate for excitement, Emma sends out a prayer to the ‘Angel of Happenings.’ When she meets Gabriel, an enigmatic Parisian photographer, her wish appears to have come true, until she finds herself drawn into an intimate world of erotic temptations, obsession and danger.

This short novel originally appeared in France under the title L’ange de toutes choses  in 2012. This is the first American edition.

$12.95
Trade paperback, 138 pp.
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Kindle Edition

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
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Catherine D’Avis was born in Paris to French parents but grew up in the South-West of England. She studied dance at the Boston Conservatory and worked in an art gallery in New York for several years. She now lives in a quiet suburb of Paris with her artist husband and their three cats. She spends her days teaching dance classes, working with ceramics and writing fiction. A collection of her short stories, Erotic Tales, is also available.


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FANNY HILL: MEMOIRS OF A WOMAN OF PLEASURE
by John Cleland

One of the most prosecuted and banned books in history, FANNY HILL describes a young woman’s descent into bawdiness and debauchery. Originally published in London in 1748, the novel endures as pioneering literature and for the quality of its prose. Indeed, this is an undisputed masterpiece of erotic fiction.

$15
Trade paperback, 306 pp.
[Classics of Passion]

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WHITE FIRE & OTHER TALES
by Cody Kmoch

A collection of eleven erotic tales by a gifted young British writer

Cody Kmoch’s sensual—often startling—sapphic stories reveal an innovative imagination – a quirky, dark sensibility that transports the reader to worlds of white fire, where fantasies, love, and sex unite. She stirs suspense and desire with a voice that is fresh and compelling.

Trade paperback, 182 pp.
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PECULIAR CHARMS: A VICTORIAN EROTIC NOVEL
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This monstrous-sized Victorian erotic novel first appeared in 1873 under the title THE ROMANCE OF LUST. This new, unexpurgated edition includes all four of the book’s original volumes and is over 700 pages. It has been designed by artist Norman Conquest for modern readers and collectors of classic erotic literature.

$18.95
Trade paperback, 710 pp.
[Classics of Passion deluxe collector’s edition]

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