Thursday, December 15, 2005

Volume 3

Coming Together (Volume 3)

Grab a cold one, kick off your shoes, sit back, and prepare to be satisfied. Coming Together will slake your thirst for the erotic. From the original illustrations to the savory poetry to the stirring prose, you’re sure to delight in the many fine flavors of this cocktail. Take a sip of the succulent, swirl the sweetness around on your tongue, slam it home with a hardcore chaser, then come back for another round. It’s a heady mix of intoxicating spirits, but without the hangover!

And the cherry on top? All proceeds from the sale of this series go to organizations which work to protect your freedom of speech! You'll not find a more “satisfying” way to protect your civil liberties than by chillin' with the hottest erotic cocktail in print.

~ Alessia Brio
  author, fine flickering hungers

Originally published at Cafe Press, December 2005 (ORDER HERE)
Republished by Charles River Press, May 2007 (ORDER HERE)

Table of Contents
  1. Foreword (hugo_sam)
  2. Preface (Alessia Brio)
  3. Introduction (sophia jane)
  4. Someone (Alessia Brio)
  5. San Diego Sunset (Will Belegon & Alessia Brio)
  6. To Borrow a Supernova (Liar)
  7. A Walker’s Guide to the Gulf Stream (shereads)
  8. Poseur (The_Fool)
  9. Encore (cantdog)
  10. Serengeti (Liar)
  11. Angie’s Waterfall Woes (Rumple Foreskin)
  12. Just a Taste (Honey123)
  13. The Warrior’s Song (cloudy)
  14. How Do I Want You? (matriarch)
  15. Creativity in the Flesh (Black Tulip)
  16. Darkening Hope (Dar~)
  17. Take Me By Surprise (Alex De Kok)
  18. For the Woman I Breathe (CharleyH)
  19. Christmas Angel (Colleen Thomas)
  20. Oh, No, Not There: Ode to Anal Sex (sweetsubsarahh)
  21. Anal Sex is for Buttholes (Rideme Cowgirl)
  22. Let Me (vella_ms)
  23. The Orange Slip (rgraham666)
  24. In Mixed Company (The_Fool)
  25. Does Not Do Well in Public (4degrees)
  26. The Bed (Remec)
  27. A Compromising Position (sincerely_helene)
  28. The Horny Woman (Boxlicker101)
  29. The Blow Job (neonlyte)

1 comment:

Imp said...

Hugo Sam's Foreword can be read here: