September 16th, 2013

Baby Got Back: Anal Erotica Available Now in Print and E-Book Formats!

BGBsiteI am sorry to say that I somehow let the opportunity pass me by to mention that Baby Got Back: Anal Erotica had been released in print—thus, I am capitalizing on the fact that it was released today on Kindle and Nook to announce that Baby Got Back is currently available in print and electronic formats!

My story “Delivery” is included in Baby Got Back, and I find it delightfully serendipitous that “Delivery” happens to take place in Las Vegas. :) I’ve noticed that the collection has been getting truly lovely reviews on Amazon, and I’m looking forward to getting all the way through it. I already received my author copies in the mail and just started reading it a few days ago. :)

Something I’ve been quite delighted to see is that a few sex educator reviewers have mentioned that Baby Got Back seems an appropriate collection to refer to clients who are curious about or interested in anal sex. Editor Rachel Kramer Bussel takes care to mention a few actual nonfiction manuals related to anal sex in the introduction, which I appreciate; I have the impression the reviewers in question are referring to using the stories in Baby Got Back to demonstrate the range and indeed eroticism anal sex may encompass, and it is such a pleasure to me to be a part of a collection that is perceived as such.

If you want to learn more about the anthology, Baby Got Back has its own Tumblr account, where you can find the table of contents, introduction, and purchase links. If you decide to pick it up (or already have!), I do hope you enjoy it! :)


I turned my attention back to our table and scanned the elegant pages in front of me, figuring there was no point in spending the entire meal trying to watch what was happening in the next room. We busied ourselves ordering for a few moments, and I handed my menu to the tuxedo-clad gentleman and tuned in to the conversation around me.

Until out of the corner of my eye, I saw Wesley get up from his table. I watched covertly as he set his napkin on his chair and excused himself. Then he turned and strode through the large doorway into our room, passing by with nary a glance at me as he disappeared down the hallway that led to the restroom.

That was my cue.
-from “Delivery” in Baby Got Back

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