Best Black Women's Erotica 2

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Samiya Bashir
Simon and Schuster, Mar 1, 2003 - Fiction - 200 pages
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Best Black Women’s Erotica 2 showcases the hottest, most arousing, and surprising erotic literature by African American women writers. Representing a wide range of styles and voices, these 20 stories offer a steamy assortment of fiction from popular authors, including C. C. Carter, T'Ashia Asante, Dorothy Randal Gray, Carol Smith Passariello, Kiini Ibura Salaam, Shawn F. Rhea, Opal Palmer Adisa, R. Erica Doyle, Tara Betts, and Tracy Price-Thompson among others.
 

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Contents

Rhythm Donna Sherard
1
Kai Does RedAgain KiiniIbura Salaam
17
Rendezvous D H Brent
26
The Christening Shawn E Rhea
35
Seeing Stars SamiyaA Bashir
46
Maddies Journal Camille BanksLee
62
Lujon 1 Kimberley White
76
Crystals Desire and Shangos Feast Opal Palmer Adisa
102
Talk to Me Tara Betts
135
Shout Robin G White
139
Miss Cicero Dorothy Randall Gray
148
The Call C C Carter
156
Funky Ride Janeť Bolden
162
The Warehouse Jamyla Bennu
167
Palimpsest R Erica Doyle
185
Notes to You Michele Elliott
190

Sojourners Truth TaShia Asanti
107
Shared Heat Tracy PriceThompson
115
Magick folademondisaspeakslove
126
Meeting Eros CarolSmith Passariello
195
About the Authors 216 About the Editor
211
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Samiya Bashir is a contributing editor of Black Issues Book Review and Curve. Her writing has appeared in Ms., Seventeen, Oxygen.com, BET.com, and the San Francisco Bay Guardian. She is co-editor of Role Call: A Generational Anthology of Social and Political Black Literature and Art. She lives in Brooklyn, NY "Exciting, humorous, and quite a resource of sensual navigation."—Terry McMillan "Superlative writers wind tales of complex characters around each story’s driving force—voracious female lust—and deliver tasty helpings of explicit sex."—Good Vibrations "This exciting new anthology is filled with amazingly written sex by some of today’s top African American writers."—On Our Backs magazine

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