Lust for Life: Tales of Sex and Love
Edited by Claude Lalumière and Elise Moser
Lust for Life: Tales of Sex and Love is a smart, witty, and fascinating anthology celebrating the diversity of the human sexual experience. These stories are daring, playful, funny, romantic, genderbending, sensual, mysterious, and sexy, and explore and celebrate love and sex in all its forms.
Includes stories from Matthew Anderson, Catherine Lundoff, Neil Kroetsch, Robin Evans, Mark Paterson, Ashok Banker, Dan Rafter, Scott D. Pomfret, Neil Smith, Tess Fragoulis, Vic Winter, Harold Hoefle, Joel Hynes, Nalo Hopkinson, Nairne Holtz, Barry Webster, Ray Vukcevich, Holly Phillips, J.R. Carpenter, Maya Stein, and Ian Watson and Roberto Quaglia.
"There is no Good Housekeeping seal of approval or Underwriter Laboratory certification for literature, but the name Claude Lalumière on the cover of a book is the next best thing."--Black Gate
Claude Lalumière (lostpages.net) has edited five previous anthologies exploring various themes and genres, including Island Dreams: Montreal Writers of the Fantastic and, in collaboration with Marty Halpern, Wit-punk. He's a prolific critic and short-fiction writer. His work has been anthologized in The Best of SDO, Tesseracts 9, The Book of More Flesh, Mythspring: Stories Inspired by the Lyrics and Legends of Canada, and the fourth and fifth volumes of The Mammoth Book of Best New Erotica. He blogs at lostpagesfoundpages.blogspot.com.
Elise Moser's fiction has appeared in Prairie Fire, Descant, Broken Pencil, and several anthologies. She won the 2003-2004 CBC/QWF Short Story Competition and earned an Honourable Mention in 2004-2005; her story "Or Be Killed" was Highly Commended in the 2005 Commonwealth Short Story Competition. Her poetry has been featured in the webzines Carte Blanche and Nth Position. She lives in Montreal.
US RELEASE DATE: APRIL 2006