Jeremy Edwards
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First: Sensual Lesbian Stories of New Beginnings (ed. Cheyenne Blue) includes “The Talkies.”
Ladylit (2015), ISBN-13 978-9881420480.


Nine-to-Five Fantasies: Tales of Sex on the Job (ed. Alison Tyler) includes “Under Her Auspices.”
Cleis Press (2014), ISBN-13 978-1627780605.

My reflex reaction was to stick my hands up and block her from slamming into me. With Vibeke standing a couple of inches taller, this had the unintentional effect of sending my palms straight for her breasts, which luxuriated within her neckline as if lounging in a hammock. But Vibeke’s reflexes were as sharp as my own, and her hands braced my elbows in time to keep that particular contact from being made. Her gaze met mine with concern—it had frightened her to think she’d nearly run me down—and her solicitousness felt like worry, not for a stranger, but for a friend. I was, her eyes told me, a familiar presence in her realm, perhaps even a presence she valued.

I smiled. Her eyes relaxed and then drifted down to the small gap between her chest and my fingers, where the action had frozen. She released my elbows, looked at my face again, and laughed. The tension dissipated in a grab bag of “sorrys,” relieved giggles and “are you okays?” I had an erection.

“I am very careful of my paintings,” she quipped, “but I should be more careful toward my visitors.”

My” visitors. At last, she had claimed me.


The Mammoth Book of Best New Erotica 13 (ed. Maxim Jakubowski) includes “The Nude, Stripped Naked.”
Constable & Robinson (2014), ISBN-13 978-1472110862.

“The buttocks lack definition,” said Margie.

He started, his ruminations interrupted.

“I didn’t want to stare,” he explained.

“Patrick,” said the teacher, with emphasis. “This is figure-drawing class. She’s your model.”


Hungry for More: Sexual Fantasies for Women (ed. Rachel Kramer Bussel) includes “Tickle Day.”
Cleis Press (2014), ISBN-13 978-1940550046.


Book Lovers: Sexy Stories from Under the Covers (ed. Shawna Kenney) includes “Whom.”
Seal Press (2014), ISBN-13 978-1580055291.

“If I knew you, you could say whom to me every day, if you liked.”


Xoxo: Sweet and Sexy Romance (ed. Kristina Wright) includes “Unsnubbed.”
Cleis Press (2013), ISBN-13 978-1627780063.


Bedded Bliss: A Couple’s Guide to Lust Ever After (ed. Kristina Wright) includes “Communication Exercises” and “Holding Forth.”
Cleis Press (2013), ISBN-13 978-1573449649.

She kissed me. “So, did you think Emily was sexy?”

I nodded. “There was something about her personality—and maybe her manner?—that I found ... well, sexually attractive. Maybe part of it is the eyes, like you said. Not just their size and color, but the way her eyes look at you when you talk to her. What did you call them?”

“Expressive.”

It was then that I noticed Melanie had a hand down her shorts.


The Big Book of Orgasms: 69 Sexy Stories (ed. Rachel Kramer Bussel) includes “Beer and Orgasms.”
Cleis Press (2013), ISBN-13 978-1573449632.

On their previous evenings together, Kenny had tried so hard to help her come that she’d had to insist they stop, when she was too exhausted to go on.

“Are you sure?” he’d said the last time. “I’d be happy to stay up all night, if it will get you off. Don’t be afraid to ask. Don’t be afraid to ask anything.”

But she had a better solution than exhaustion, and she’d decided she knew him well enough now to be confident he’d go along with it. “Don’t be afraid to ask anything,” she’d quoted aloud to herself, as she got her nerve up for the phone call—the call inviting him here for “beer and orgasms.”


The flash piece “The Three Ohs of Judy Lipton” was published in Meat for Tea: The Valley Review in 2013 [volume 7, issue 3].

“You’re not in love with me, Wendell. You’re in love with my orgasms.”


“Party of the Third Part” was published at Justus Roux's Erotic Tales in 2013.


Zane’s Busy Bodies: Chocolate Flava 4 (ed. Zane) includes “Tammy’s Seminar.”
Atria Books (2013), ISBN-13 978-1451689648.


The Mammoth Book of Quick & Dirty Erotica (ed. Maxim Jakubowski) includes “Making Myself at Home.”
Constable & Robinson (2013), ISBN-13 978-1780337913; Running Press (2013), ISBN-13 978-0762448135.

The first intimacy I witnessed was Lynette’s hand on Clifton’s ass when he unlocked the apartment door. My eyes went from his ass to hers—I felt I was reciprocating her caress with my attention.

There was a slight asymmetry to the way her stonewashed jeans favored her buttocks. The curve of the left buttock was casually denoted by the jeans, as if the pants were in a hurry on that side ... but, oh, the right buttock. There we lingered, the jeans and I.

Despite my inevitable focus on Lynette’s derriere, the significance of her hand on her husband’s did not elude me. Even before we crossed the literal threshold of their private space, I had been promptly, if unintentionally, hustled inside the tent of their sex life.


“Beau Nouveau” was published at Justus Roux's Erotic Tales in 2013.

The fact that she asked for only one bottle of wine could be a good sign. Maybe the rest of them have a concert tonight. Hooray for concerts. Tonight, I would gladly underwrite a symphony or two if it would clear Barbara’s house of extraneous musicians.


Sudden Sex (ed. Alison Tyler) includes “Committee Work,” “Lift a Finger,” and “Throwing Sugar.”
Cleis Press (2013), ISBN-13 978-1573449007.


“Gildi and the Unwieldy, Ineffectual Committee of Bears” was published at Oysters & Chocolate Erotic in 2013.

“That can’t be right,” said Athlete. “Maybe you’re here next Saturday, the 27th?”

Gildi couldn’t help rolling her eyes, but she spoke calmly. “The Student Association arranged it, because I’m performing at your Spring Fling. I think you’re supposed to look in the guest log—assuming you can locate it.”

Freckles & Glasses shook his head. “Nah, the log won’t do any good if it was arranged through the S.A.”

“Do we still have a VIP spreadsheet on the upstairs computer?” asked Black Clothing.

“The spreadsheet wouldn’t reflect an S.A. booking, either,” said Athlete. “They only use that for visiting lecturers—things the faculty liaison sets up.”

“Besides,” said Freckles, “that computer is in the shop.”

“Maybe I should just get a hotel room,” said Gildi. She was beginning to lose patience. Irritation quivered through her above the waist, while her libido continued to pulse below.


Only You (ed. Rachel Kramer Bussel) includes “The Nude, Stripped Naked.”
Cleis Press (2013), ISBN-13 978-1573449090.

“The buttocks lack definition,” said Margie.

He started, his ruminations interrupted.

“I didn’t want to stare,” he explained.

“Patrick,” said the teacher, with emphasis. “This is figure-drawing class. She’s your model.”


The Mammoth Book of Best New Erotica 11 (ed. Maxim Jakubowski) includes “Boston. Breasts. Bohemian.”
Constable & Robinson (2012), ISBN-13 978-1780334417; Running Press (2012), ISBN-13 978-0762446001.

“Sorry about the breasts,” he said nervously, stepping to the side so he could face me. I took a peek at the cartoon lady’s cleavage, which I hadn’t noticed before. “I didn’t mean to draw them so large. I don’t want people to decide I’m one of those guys who thinks a woman amounts to a set of breasts.”

I felt a flush in my own, relatively generous, chest. “It’s okay, Ned. Hey, women have breasts. And breasts are nice, right?” I laughed, more self-consciously than I was used to in my workplace.


Holiday Affairs includes “Layover.”
Mischief (2012).

Dear Amy,

You had just asked me about my vacation when my phone died on us last night. Apologies! But in a way, I’m glad the technology failed us at that juncture, because although I did indeed want to tell you about my vacation, the part I especially wanted to relate would not lend itself to a phone conversation.


Morning, Noon and Night (ed. Alison Tyler) includes “Elevenses.”
Cleis Press (2012), ISBN-13 978-1573448215.


“In My Father’s Footsteps” was published at Justus Roux's Erotic Tales in 2012.

“There was a picture of you with his things. I found it years later, when I took stuff out of storage.”

“That’s sweet. A snapshot from the seventies, huh?” She chuckled. “God, what was I wearing?”

I shook my head “no,” and Vicky caught my meaning and blushed.


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