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New book! The Circlet Treasure Chest: Erotic Microfictions for Every Occasion

The Circlet Treasure Chest: Erotic Microfictions for Every Occasion.

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ISBN 978-1-61390-122-9

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In this collection of fifty short-short erotic tales reprinted from the Circlet Press website, authors explore all permutations of sex and sexuality, pushing the boundaries of gender, theme, genre and tone. From twisted fairy tales to science fiction adventures, these stories introduce readers to worlds of sensuality and satisfaction.

There’s a little something for everyone in this treasure chest of infinite possibility, as authors conjure up stories set in the past, present and future, as they step into fantasy realms and consort with gods, dance among the stars and dabble in dark matters. Romance, horror, mystery, action and more can be found scattered throughout these offerings, each one a full story told in less than 1500 words. And of course they all come with a healthy dose of explicit sex and sensuality, as befits a Circlet collection.

Many of Circlet’s most popular and prolific contributors are represented here, including Kannan Feng, Gayle C. Straun, Julie Cox, Andrea Trask, Cèsar Sanchez Zapata, and Circlet founder Cecilia Tan.

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New book! The Flesh Made Word: Erotic Tales of Writing

silent_shadows_come_cover_iconsizeThe Flesh Made Word: Erotic Tales of Writing
edited by Bernie Mojzes

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$12.95 paperback
ISBN 978-1-61390-123-6 (ebook)
ISBN 978-1-61390-119-9 (paperback)

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Strip away everything external, and the act of writing becomes profoundly physical: writer, writing tool, medium. In this anthology of erotic stories, THE FLESH MADE WORD, editor Bernie Mojzes shows that from that seed grows the deepest intimacy — the hidden self expressed upon a surface, transforming it in the process, naming erotic possibilities.

The tap of typewriter keys on ink-wet ribbons, the tickle of the calligrapher’s brush, the press of fountain-pen nib to flesh. The scent of hot metal molded into text and the shuffle-clank of the printing press. Give yourself over to the sensuality of the words themselves, to the sound and the shape and the taste of them. The expression of ideas intersects with the body in all its physicality; pleasure is never distinct from how we express it.

Ten writers explore the seduction of written language from the sensual to the lewd, from a mysterious woman whose lovers write their stories upon her skin to a playwright who declares to his rival that he does his best writing in whorehouses. A broken typewriter awakens the searing ghosts of desire, and a woman becomes a living scroll of prophecy. Permanent or ephemeral, the lines etched in flesh reveal an astonishing vulnerability, offering both the opportunity for profound insight, and an instinct to hide and dissemble.

The Flesh Made Word features stories by A.C. Wise, A.B. Eyers, Andrea Zanin, Benji Bright, Trish DeVene, Nadine Wilmot, Delilah Bell, Kannan Feng, Sasha Payne, and Sunny Moraine, who show that while the word may indeed transcend the flesh for a time, it always comes back for more.

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Whispers In Darkness edited by J Blackmore

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ISBN 9781613900345
48,460 words

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This cyclopean collection features eight new stories from Peter Tupper, Angela Caperton, Alex Picchetti, Monique Poirier, Elizabeth Reeve, Bernie Mojzes, Annabeth Leong, and Kannan Feng, each filled to the brim with insanity-inducing, orgasm-producing goodness. Have you always wondered what one of those Cthulhu-cult orgies would look like from the inside? Do you crave intellectual tentacle porn? Have you always felt that the only thing Lovecraft was missing was a really, really good lay now and again? If so, this book was made for you. Don’t deny your curiosity! Just beware: what one has seen (and been aroused by) cannot be unseen…

Table of Contents:
Ink by Bernie Mojzes
Koenigsberg’s Model by Peter Tupper
A Reflection of Kindness by Kannan Feng
The Artist’s Retreat by Annabeth Leong
The Dreams in the Laundromat by Elizabeth Reeve
Sheik by Angela Caperton
The Flower of Innsmouth by Monique Poirier
When the Stars Come by Alex Picchetti

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What Lies Beneath edited by J Blackmore

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ISBN 9781613901212
31,480 words

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Eros and Thanatos, sex and death, those tricksy bastards, are constantly fornicating in the dark shadows of the psyche. It can be difficult to write about this pairing, but in the end, it’s also really the only thing we want to write about. Sex wouldn’t mean as much if we weren’t certain,
somewhere in a dark corner of our minds, that yes, we will die. So now, in this moment, we will touch, we will feel, we will scream, we will laugh, because tomorrow we simply will not be. Sex is how life is created and affirmed. Death reminds us how very, very good that is.
It’s about time that we dealt with fear and death in their relation to sex, and in What Lies Beneath  some of Circlet’s finest and most twisted writers have contributed their visions of that that means. Every story in this collection has its darkness, its discomfort, its terror, but there is also rapture, and need, and triumph. If you dare to read what these authors have to say, you’ll be forever changed, and will carry them with you long after you close the book.
This is Circlet Press’s first horror anthology, and within you will encounter love-starved demons, old Russian ghost stories, terrifying possessions, wicked-sexy faeries, promiscuous ghosts, and lovers that just refuse to die. Being frightened has never been so… arousing.

 

What Lies Beneath
edited by J Blackmore

It's about time that we dealt with fear and death in their relation to sex. What Lies Beneath is Circlet Press's first anthology of erotic horror, and Circlet has chosen some of its finest, most twisted writers to contribute. Every story in this collection has its darkness, its terror. If you dare to read what these authors have to say, you'll be forever changed.

Queerpunk edited by Cecilia Tan & Kelly Kincaid

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ISBN 9781885865595
23,960 words

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Queer sexuality has long defied the conventional standard of sexual expression; intersecting with the tech-driven backdrop of cyberpunk, it has now rewritten the rules completely. Queerpunk, with its collection of stories that revel in a near-futuristic vision of our own time, investigates the evolution of Queer sexuality under the smog-covered umbrella of urban and technological advancement. When the human body becomes a customizable canvas, either through mechanical implants or three-dimensional internet avatars, sexuality is given even more outlets from which to evolve. As the old social order succumbs to cyberspace’s commanding hand, Queer identity finds new nooks and crannies in which to root.

The stories that follow–”Rescue Wounds,” “Blindwire,” “Upload,” “The Real Thing,” and “Virgin”–craft worlds in which human connection punctures cyberpunk’s isolationist veil. In an otherwise impersonal and anonymous world, the bonds the characters forge through sexual expression shine a small bit of light onto the smoke, and a shred of warmth that pokes through the streams and pockets of internet data. Featuring authors Kal Cobalt, Eric Del Carlo, Sunny Moraine, R.E. Bond, and Kannan Feng, Queerpunk confronts this intersection and the question of what it means to be Queer in a world where the matter of identity has been revolutionized completely.

Queerpunk has been reviewed at Three Dollar Bill reviews who call it “a tight and stylish collection of cyberpunk that presences LGBT pairings in what’s historically been a very het-dominated genre.”

    Table of Contents:

 

  • Rescue Wounds by Kal Cobalt
  • Blindwire by Eric Del Carlo
  • Upload by Sunny Moraine
  • The Real Thing by R.E. Bond
  • Virgin by Kannan Feng

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Like A Love Triangle edited by Kathleen Tudor

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ISBN 9781613900963
20,540 words

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A collection of erotic stories for those who love threesomes, whether in real life or in the realm of imagination. Circlet Press’ new release, Like a Love Triangle, edited by Kathleen Tudor, features stories of love, lust, seduction, and expanding horizons in five stories as sexy as they are diverse. When the traditional image of love for many of us stops at one-plus-one, adding a third party to the bedroom entanglements might seem risky. But for those who know that love isn’t limited and that affection shared is only magnified, these stories will be a feast for the senses, an inspiration, and an erotic adventure.

Sometimes it takes more than one lover to keep up with a type A on a mission, which is why assistant Yuan teams up with android Song to make love to, distract, and relax their lover and boss, Rina, who has a hard time slowing down, in or out of the bedroom. It’s all for Her Own Good in this awesomely hot short by Kannan Feng.

In Double by Nobilis Reed, the android theme returns with Susan and her identical double… in every way except the plumbing! Her boyfriend is in for a real shock when he is introduced to her robotic twin’s cock, but he soon discovered the benefits of an extra pair of hands—and more—in bed.

Laylah Hunter takes things from robotic to downright alien when a pair of aliens known as atergan meet up with a human DJ named Static in her sky-high space station story, Scoring with Static.

The Space Inside by Emily Moreton takes things from the future to a fantastically styled past with three teammates on a quest, but their relationship goes beyond merely cooperative as they show the true meaning of working together in and out of bed.

Kathleen Tudor’s Sweet Summoning takes threesomes into the metaphysical realm when lovers Danielle and Molly try to summon an Egyptian Goddess of sensuality to spice up their love life… and get a deific possession and some divinely hot sex for their efforts.

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Like A Breath of Flame edited by Cosmin Alexander & Cecilia Tan

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ISBN: 9781613900659
46,230 words

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Dragons are present across almost all human culture: from the classic fire-breathing and princess-coveting dragons of Western Europe to the wise and noble dragons of East Asia to the great monstrous lizards of Greek mythology to the feathered serpents of South America. But what of the sexual side of the dragon? What of sensuality at the border between earth and sky, what of the myths of kings and emperors being literally descended from dragons, what of dragons who take on human shape to learn mankind’s ways? Humans and dragons have existed side by side since nearly the beginning of time—surely their desires must have crossed at some point.

Like a Breath of Flame: Erotic Tales of Dragons contains nine short stories that explore the theme of scaled sensuality from a variety of different perspectives. In this anthology are stories of lonely mountain dragons with exotic tastes, dragons with the power to slip into their lover’s dreams, shapechanger dragons, unusual interpretations of the term “dragon rider,” dragon-as-devil and dragon-as-god… and, yes, no less than two versions of the virgin-sacrificed-to-dragon story, each with their own unique twist on the tale. These stories of serpentine sexuality are certain to delight the senses.

This anthology includes stories by KJ Kabza, Julian Oliver-Fenn, Dean Scarborough, Kannang Feng, Steven Schwartz, Dominic Santi, David Hubbard, Kimber Camacho, and Nobilis Reed.

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Kneel To Me edited by Lauren P Burka

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ISBN: 9781613900970
25,680 words

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The submissives, slaves, and bottoms you will meet here are tough and competent. No passive orifices, they are beautifully-realized individuals with the spark that makes them recognizably human. In “KATT,” the slave is a beautiful android who fights to hold on to the precious scrap of her life after a disaster. The servant in “Lord of Misrule” knows that his relationship with his master requires something other than obedience. The slave in “Raiders from the Stars” learns that much more is at stake than his personal gratification. In “Personal Benefits,” the highly-trained contract slave offers the pleasure of perfect obedience to the powerful woman who owns her.

Nor are their tops the well-endowed ciphers who “train” Cindi. They have needs and aspirations. Pleasure may be an important part of their lives, even the most important part of their lives, but they are also seeking love, acceptance and a future for themselves and their slaves in a hard world. The master in “Raiders from the Stars” knows that the safety that humanity takes for granted is rooted in obedience. In “Romans,” the master forges a new sort of domestic tranquility for his new slaves. The bureaucrat of a repressive government in “Exceptional Acts” discovers that pleasure is the most powerful form of rebellion.

Table of Contents:

  • The Lord of Misrule by Kannan Feng
  • KATT by Smotp
  • Romans by Joe Nobel
  • Raiders from the Stars by Jay Starre
  • Exceptional Acts by Argus Marks
  • Personal Benefits by Elizabeth Thorne
  • Scenes in a Beijing Hotel by Jason Rubis

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