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Volume 3. Jakubowski Maxim. Introduction by Maxim Jakubowski. And so THE MAMMOTH BOOK OF EROTICA series moves into its tenth year already. And it just feels like yesterday!

Volume 3. And it just feels like yesterday!

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A MAP OF THE PAIN by Maxim Jakubowski. 78. GINCH by Michael Perkins.

The thirty short essays cover all types of interesting and at times unusual erotic stories. Suite) Maxim Jakubowski. Each essay has a different writer which makes this book a delightful read.

The Mammoth Book of Best New Erotica 11. Maxim Jakubowski. Unputdownable short erotic fiction from the most outstanding writers in the field. Once again, Maxim Jakubowski has put together a masterful selection of over 40 stories of sexual encounters from every corner of the world.

Maxim Jakubowski has gathered together unexpurgated delights, new and unpublished gems, and classic masterpieces seldom seen before.

The Mammoth Book of International Erotica. Maxim Jakubowski has gathered together unexpurgated delights, new and unpublished gems, and classic masterpieces seldom seen before. Come play in a garden of exotic and erotic writing, with origins ranging from France and Germany to Japan and New Zealand, from Russia to the United States and Canada.

Maxim Jakubowski, Michael Crawley, Iva Pekarkova, Evelyn Lau, Françoise Rey, Marilyn Jaye Lewis . A MAP OF THE PAIN by Maxim Jakubowski. Parker Coleman’s Grinning Bare Productions. BLACK LILY by Thomas S. Roche

Maxim Jakubowski, Michael Crawley, Iva Pekarkova, Evelyn Lau, Françoise Rey, Marilyn Jaye Lewis, Dion Farquhar, Elfriede Jelinek, Paul Mayersberg, Anne Rice, Svetlana Boym, Sonia Rykiel, Brian Fawcett, Geraldine Zwang, Michael Hemmingson, Delilah De Silva, Carol Queen, Ryu Murakami, Mark Timlin, William T. Vollmann, N. T. Morley, Jeremy Reed, Li-Yü, J. P. Kansas, Cris Mazza, Jindrich Styrsky, Michael Perkins, Thomas S. Roche, Régine. Roche. LEONE or the buffet of the Gare de Lyon by Régine Deforges.

It was published by Robinson Publishing in the United Kingdom (2000 reprint by Robinson imprint of Constable & Robinson), and by Carroll & Graf (Avalon Publishing Group imprint) in the United States. Maxim Jakubowski: Introduction. Alice Joanou: "A". Thomas S. Roche: The Isle of the Dead. Dion Farquhar: Pure Porn.

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This gathering of writings from well-known authors is a celebration of sensual love from classic times to the present day. Representing some of literature's brightest lights, this anthology aptly fulfills the many purposes of erotic writing. Included here are selections from Anais Nin, Anne Rice, Pat Califia, Alice Joanou, and many others.

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Vivados
This massive 572 page book (The Mammoth Book of Erotica edited by Maxim Jakubowski) has something for everyone who enjoys reading cleverly written erotica. The thirty short essays cover all types of interesting and at times unusual erotic stories.

The beginning of this book covers the acknowledgement and an introduction by the editor, who also has an essay (The K.C. Suite) Maxim Jakubowski. Each essay has a different writer which makes this book a delightful read. Some of the essays and writers include the following: “A” by Alice Joanou, The isle of the dead by Thomas S. Roche, Pure Porn by Dion Farquhar, two at once by Robert Silverberg, Death and seduction by Catherine Sellars, tender fruit by Vicki Hendricks, beauty’s punishment by Anne rice, needless to say by Lisa Palac, the frame grabber by Denise Danks, Baubo’s kiss by Kathy Acker, the age of desire by Clive Barker and many other stories.

If you are into reading erotica you should check out this volume which I am sure you can get for a bargain price on Amazon.

Rating: 4 Stars. Joseph J. Truncale (Author: Season of the Warrior: A poetic tribute to warriors)
Ffyan
Hoping to find hot erotica - or at least well writen stories? Well you'll find some in this book, but your going to have to do some digging. Many of the stories are fairly average, and some are more interested in shoving their political agenda in your face.

I was expecting better, but at the right (low) price I've seen worse. Don't know if I will ever get anymore of this series.

Maybe if the price is right.....
Braswyn
While this wasn't terrible, it wasn't really that great, either. Too much story, too little action. I don't think that I would buy another Mammoth volume of Erotica.
Duktilar
I cannot say that I enjoyed all the stories of this work edited by Maxim Jakubowski. I cannot say that I even enjoyed most of them. Only a handful really stand out as enjoyable. It is not hard to write within a story one horny scene after another...I want a good story to be the framework, to stand out, and within that good story there be erotic scenes. For example, to be specific, Dion Farquhar's and Robert Silverberg's stories are only about sex, a laundry list of what erotically happened next. Both of Alice Joanou's stories are of this ilk as well, although "L'Enfer" could have gone places. Anne Rice's work was a chronology of one S&M act after another. Clive Barker's piece had promise, but seemed to be a bit rushed. All too many of Jakubowski's selections are not stories but either drivel (Barry Malzberg, Leonard Cohen) kiddie porn (one Marco Vassi selection), far too bizarre (Catherine Sellars, Adam-Troy Castro and the first Lucy Taylor piece), boring (Lucienne Zager and Sean O Caoimh), and so forth. Jakubowski's "KC Suite" is not bad. But I enjoyed the stories most: "Merry May" (Ramsey Campbell); "Needless to Say" (Lisa Palac) was hilarious!!: "Violent Silence" (Paul Mayersberg) was too short, should have been as long as Vassi's; and "Married Love" (David Guy). The big names failed to impress me. That's where I am at, that's what I look for, that's how I feel.
Tojahn
I was shocked to read the other lukewarm reviews of this book. I bought this book about 10 years ago and found the stories compelling, entrancing (not to mention erotic). The book covers the darker side of eroticism--death, SM, but there's a lot of softer stuff. The real reason to buy the book is Marco Vassi's 80 page novella "Carcass of Dreams" (which I would argue is one of the best series of erotic stories ever written). The stories are more Bataille or Jean de Berg than Kundera, a lot of dark brooding nonsense. Another gem is Robert Silverberg's "Two at Once" one of the most delightful stories I'd read. Surprisingly, the Anne Rice story is one of the weakest of the bunch. Maxim Jakubowski also edited the excellent "Mammoth Book of International Erotica" (although I didn't find it as steamy as this original volume). For those who still prefer reading an intellectually-engaging dirty book once in a while and don't mind morbidity and S/M, this book will be great.
Winawel
What a cheat. "Erotica" is supposed to refer to writing that is sexually stimulating. With about two exceptions, the stories in this book are enough to put you off sex for life.
Some of them are quite good in their own right, to be sure; they just aren't erotic. At least not to any even borderline normal person.
Jakubowski has assembled here a compendium of the most morbid, depressing, thoroughly unpleasant stories I've ever seen. I don't even want to meet anyone who gets turned on by this sort of thing. (And I am a man of broad and even kinky tastes, with no problem at all with reading about non-Euclidean sex; anyone who is familiar with my own recent work can attest to that.)
And this isn't just my opinion. As it happens, I know a couple of the authors included in this book; one in particular is a friend of mine - and he himself admitted that he was amazed that anyone would consider his story in any way erotic.
In addition, the book itself is of terrible quality: flimsy, grayish paper, too-tiny type.
Don't waste your money on this one.
Gri
This is one of the finest collections of literary sexuality I have had the pleasure to read. Far from mere titillation, the stories are intriguing, thought-provoking and fascinating. Oh, and from time to time, the stories are really hot. Enjoy.
I agree fully with the other negative reviews of this anthology. Most of the stories are just too dark or otherwise disturbing. By the time my wife or I would find a readable story we would be completely turned off, and then overly critical of even the better stories because of it. This book now sits in the recycling bin!
The Mammoth Book of Erotica (The Mammoth Book Series) download epub
Erotica
Author: Maxim Jakubowski
ISBN: 0786701587
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Erotica
Language: English
Publisher: Running Press; volume 4 edition (November 10, 1994)
Pages: 600 pages