Carol Taylor writes erotic literature. She started as an editor in the publishing industry and eventually put out a book of her own called Brown Sugar: A Collection of Erotic Black Fiction. From there she's become a luminary in the world of erotic fiction in general and black erotica specifically. So, how has becoming a sexpert changed her own love life? Not much, she draws some part of her fiction and the rest is, well, fiction. Maureen Dempsey gets all the details in this Q&A.
From The Globe and Mail By Siri Agrell Richard Davies was reading The New York Times books section when he spotted a full-page advertisement for sex guides. A spokesman for Victoria-based online book retailer Abe Books, Mr. Davies wondered what kind of guides his customers were ordering, and ran a search of the company's database.
Tango canvases the bookshelves to pull the five books that get us most steamy. Here are our selections from classic literature worth reading aloud again and again. Included inside are erotic excerpts from Little Birds by Anais Nin, A Month of Sundays by John Updike, Lady Chatterley's Lover by D. H. Lawrence, A Sport and a Pastime by James Salter and The God of Small Things by Arundhati Roy.