Read "Say It" (under the pseudonym Flora from Garden City) in The Mammoth Book of Women's Fantasies. The Mammoth Book of Women's Fantasies is a confessionals-style anthology edited by Sonia Florens that explores the different kinds of sexual fantasies that women have about men and about women. Published by Caroll & Graf, the anthology is available from amazon.com, Barnes&Noble and from fine independant bookstores such as Powells and the Tattered Cover.
Read "Skin Deep Being" in Sacred Exchange. Sacred Exchange, an anthology of stories of transcendence in domination and submission, is edited by Lisabet Sarai and S.F. Mayfair and is available now. Published by Blue Moon Books, the anthology is available from amazon.com, Barnes&Noble and from fine independant bookstores such as Powells and the Tattered Cover.
reviews of Sacred Exchange
Read William Dean at Clean Sheets has to say about Sacred Exchange:
The stories in Sacred Exchange are not all about blinding pain administered with the expected bullwhip, of course. Domination and power exchange is about so much more. [...] Though the styles vary, the twenty-two stories in Sacred Exchange are of a matching quality. The interplays between domination and submission, pain and pleasure are as lovingly portrayed as passages from Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Isabel Allende, or the poetic lyricism of Pablo Neruda. Like all good erotica, it's often what's implied between the lines of printed words that is most striking and powerful.
Jean Roberta reviews Sacred Exchange on the Dominant's View and says:
If you ever suspect yourself of becoming a jaded reader, either because of the excesses of your own life or those of the characters in the kind of current sexual fiction which is promoted as outrageous, perverse and over-the-edge (yawn), try this book. So far, it seems to be one of a kind.
reviews of The Mammoth Book of Women's Fantasies
The editorial review at amazon.com says:
All of the selections share a standard of excellence and elegance that takes their often humorous, sometimes dark, and always original fictions far beyond tired conventions.