When She Was Good: Best Lesbian Erotica
|Author:||Tristan Taormino (Editor)|
When She Was Good journeys into the world of lesbian sex with uncommon, edgy stories that push lesbian lust and desire to new heights. Edited by best-selling author Tristan Taormino and selected and introduced by the dynamic Sister Spit performer Ali Liebegott, this latest edition of the best-selling lesbian erotica series is sensual, inventive and breathtaking.
"This fantastic collection of distinct voices and a beautifully wide array of identities, pairings, and fetishes will appeal to many who find diverse representation in mainstream erotica woefully lacking."--"Library Journal""Startlingly fresh and relevant. You'll find real writing here, writing that makes you feel, laugh, sigh, and gasp." -- "Lambda Book Report"
Tristan Taormino is an award-winning author, columnist, editor, and sex educator. She is the editor of "Hot Lesbian Erotica" and the author of "Tristan Taormino's True Lust, Down and Dirty Sex Secrets," and "The Ultimate Guide to Anal Sex for Women." Tristan is a columnist for "The Village Voice, Taboo," and "Velvet Park," and her writing has also appeared in "Vibe, Spectator, The Advocate," and more than 15 anthologies. Tristan has been featured in more than 200 publications, including "The New York Times, Redbook, Cosmopolitan, Glamour, Entertainment Weekly, Details, New York magazine, Men's Health," and "Playboy." She has also appeared on CNN, MTV, Oxygen, the Discovery Channel, and over 50 radio shows. Tristan directed the adult videos "The Ultimate Guide to Anal Sex for Women, Tristan Taormino's House of Ass," and "Chemistry." She lives in New York City. Ali Liebegott has been writing stories and poems since she was a teenager. Her work has appeared in numerous journals and anthologies, including "Between the Cracks; Virgin Territory II; Outsider Ink; Blythe House Quarterly; Bloom; Lodestar Quarterly; Art/Life; Solo; The Sarah Lawrence Review; The Brooklyn Review; The Haight Ashbury Literary Journal"; and "Sinister Wisdom." In 2005 her book-length poem, "The Beautifully Worthless," was published by Suspect Thoughts Press. It won a Lambda Literary Award in Lesbian Debut Fiction. Carroll and Graf published her novel, "The IHOP Papers," in February 2007. In 1997, 1999, and 2007 she toured nationally with Sister Spit. In 1999 she was a recipient for a Poetry Fellowship from the New York Foundation for the Arts. Currently she is writing and illustrating a novel called The Crumb People about a post-September 11th obsessive duck feeder. She lives in San Diego.