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by Lonnie Barbach

eBook Erotic Interludes download ISBN: 0452273986
Author: Lonnie Barbach
Publisher: Plume; Reprint edition (June 1, 1995)
Language: English
Pages: 288
ePub: 1237 kb
Fb2: 1127 kb
Rating: 4.2
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: Short Stories and Anthologies

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. With her groundbreaking works of erotica, Lonnie Barbach has given women a forum to express their most passionate and imaginative fantasies about sex and sexual encounters. These graphic stories.

Erotic Interludes by Lonnie Barbach P. These graphic stories, filled with the unexpected and the forbidden, brilliantly capture the myriad layers, colors, and visions of every woman's sexuality.

These twenty-one stories by and about women-yound and old, married and single, heterosexual and lesbian-bring a feminine point of view to such subjects as mysterious partners, racy games, and risque encounters.

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Barbach has written several other erotic books and this book is the first collection that has stories from both men and women. Its intent is to bring better intimacy understanding between the sexes

Barbach has written several other erotic books and this book is the first collection that has stories from both men and women. Its intent is to bring better intimacy understanding between the sexes. As Barbach notes in the prologue she was curious in what people would submit as their own erotica. She makes some anecdotal observation on the difference between men and women writers

Today, erotic writing is no longer a male prerogative.

Today, erotic writing is no longer a male prerogative. Here are twenty-one pieces from women writers aged between twenty-three and fifty-eight, exploring every aspect of female sexual experience - married and single, lesbian and heterosexual. With insight, with humour, with outright eroticism they reaffirm every woman's right to the pleasures and adventures of sex. show more.

Today, erotic writing is longer a male prerogative Lonnie Barbach is the acclaimed anthologist of classic collections PLEASURES and EROTIC INTERLUDES, two volumes of women's erotica which brought the genre into.

Today, erotic writing is longer a male prerogative. Lonnie Barbach is the acclaimed anthologist of classic collections PLEASURES and EROTIC INTERLUDES, two volumes of women's erotica which brought the genre into the mainstream. Country of Publication.

Thank you Lonnie Barbach. I am 42 years old. 10 years ago I had my first orgasm with "For Yourself" beside m. .

Her first book, For Yourself: the fulfillment of female sexuality was recently (2012) ranked the self-help book across all surveys carried out by the National Register of Health Care Providers in Psychology, the major credentialing organization for psychologists. Erotic Interludes: Tales Told by Women - This passionate and provocative, finely crafted anthology of erotic fiction was written by women aged 23 to 58. Seductions. Thank you Lonnie Barbach.

Erotic Interludes, Barbach, Lonnie. Tell us if something is incorrect. These twenty-one stories by and about women-yound and old, married and single, heterosexual and lesbian-bring a feminine point of view to such subjects as mysterious partners, racy games, and risque encounters.

With her groundbreaking works of erotica, Lonnie Barbach has given women a forum to express their most passionate and imaginative fantasies about sex and sexual encounters. These graphic stories, filled with the unexpected and the forbidden, brilliantly capture the myriad layers, colors, and visions of every woman's sexuality. A book that can be read as a starting point for shared intimacies or as a pleasure experienced in solitude, EROTIC INTERLUDES stimulates the mind as well as the body. These twenty-one stories by and about women--yound and old, married and single, heterosexual and lesbian--bring a feminine point of view to such subjects as mysterious partners, racy games, and risque encounters. But most important, EROTIC INTERLUDES is fun, celebrating a woman's sensualtiy and reaffirming her right to the positive pleasures and adventure of sex. The result is a classic work of explicit passion, ready to be thoroughly enjoyed.
Comments: (7)
Wel
I bought this when I looked at the index and saw one of the authors is Tee A. Corinne who truly knows how to deliver a story.

This is a Keeper!

I found the following information on the book -

From Publishers Weekly

What do women want sexually? Here 21 women writers, some pseudonymous, spin a variety of candid erotic fantasies in an attempt to answer the question with a turn-on for every taste and circumstance. One of the most imaginative, "The House of the Twin Jewels," describes a futuristic brothel for female patrons. "A Japanese Play" features group sex for money while the camera rolls. "The Scavenger Hunt" and "Humming" celebrate lesbian love, the latter affording a healing experience for one partner, her "aging body wracked these days with the storms of menopause." In "Fearful Symmetry" the handicapped male lover has a prosthetic arm. "Cradles of Light" mingles autoerotic enjoyments with memories of the past. Clinical therapist Barbach has written and edited several volumes (including the nonfiction Pleasures: Women Write Erotica designed to help women fulfill their sensual potential. Her introductory comments to this book stress the need for affirmation, tenderness and mystery. Unhappily, many of the stories suffer from awkwardly sentimental and amateurish writing. Literary Guild and Doubleday Book Club alternates. Copyright 1986 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

From the book - 21 erotic short stories by women, for women. "In this intense exploration of seduction, romance, and erotic fantasy, Lonnie Barbach has collected 21 tales that stimulate the mind as well-as the .body. These graphic stories, filled with the unexpected and forbidden, brilliantly capture the myriad layers, colors, and visions of every woman's sexuality. These stories - by and about women, young and old, married and single, heterosexual and lesbian - involve mysterious partners, racy games, risqué encounters, and more. The result is a classic work of passion that can be used as a starting point for shared intimacies or as a pleasure experienced alone."

I. Adventure and risk.

-- The private life of Mrs. Herman / Udana Power

-- Love letters / Marilyn Harris Kriegel

-- Strangers in the universe / Signe Hammer

-- Games / Grace Zabriskie

-- An American in Paris / Kim Chernin

-- Berlioz & the ghetto blaster / Valerie Kelly

-- The house of the twin jewels / Gayle Feyrer.

II. Mystery.

-- Birthing / Doraine Poretz

-- Leaving Sasha, or The bed makes the man / Susan Block

-- The scavenger hunt / Nisa Donnelly

-- Blood oranges / Deena Metzger

-- The hunters / Suzanne Miller.

III. The forbidden.

-- Auto erotic / Sharon S. Mayes

-- A long, long time / Carolyn Banks

-- Humming / Sandy Boucher

-- Fearful symmetry / Rebecca Silver

-- A Japanese play / Victoria Starr.

IV. The moment.

-- Cradles of light / Susan Griffin

-- One Florida night / Cucu Lee

-- The woman in love / Tee A. Corinne

-- Twilight fantasy / Jacquie Robb
Phenade
I bought this when I looked at the index and saw one of the authors is Tee A. Corinne who truly knows how to deliver a story.

This is a Keeper!

I found the following information on the book -

From Publishers Weekly

What do women want sexually? Here 21 women writers, some pseudonymous, spin a variety of candid erotic fantasies in an attempt to answer the question with a turn-on for every taste and circumstance. One of the most imaginative, "The House of the Twin Jewels," describes a futuristic brothel for female patrons. "A Japanese Play" features group sex for money while the camera rolls. "The Scavenger Hunt" and "Humming" celebrate lesbian love, the latter affording a healing experience for one partner, her "aging body wracked these days with the storms of menopause." In "Fearful Symmetry" the handicapped male lover has a prosthetic arm. "Cradles of Light" mingles autoerotic enjoyments with memories of the past. Clinical therapist Barbach has written and edited several volumes (including the nonfiction Pleasures: Women Write Erotica designed to help women fulfill their sensual potential. Her introductory comments to this book stress the need for affirmation, tenderness and mystery. Unhappily, many of the stories suffer from awkwardly sentimental and amateurish writing. Literary Guild and Doubleday Book Club alternates. Copyright 1986 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

From the book - 21 erotic short stories by women, for women. "In this intense exploration of seduction, romance, and erotic fantasy, Lonnie Barbach has collected 21 tales that stimulate the mind as well-as the .body. These graphic stories, filled with the unexpected and forbidden, brilliantly capture the myriad layers, colors, and visions of every woman's sexuality. These stories - by and about women, young and old, married and single, heterosexual and lesbian - involve mysterious partners, racy games, risqué encounters, and more. The result is a classic work of passion that can be used as a starting point for shared intimacies or as a pleasure experienced alone."
Painwind
Classic erotica, very explicit, and yet with a twist. I am sure this is a pleasurable book that I will re-read again and again with great pleasure. The stories about love making could help keep romance alive. This is as good as Barbach's earlier collection of stories written by women about sexual experiences, "Pleasures."
Eayaroler
The dialog sounds good, but I haven't had a chance to read it yet. But I love this author. Will continue to support.
Kiaile
Salacious title, but promises more than it delivers,