With an Introduction by Felice Picano!
"M. Christian's stories are the fairy tales whispered to one another by dark angels whose hearts and mouths are brimming with lust. He goes beyond the pale, ordinary definitions of sexuality and writes about need and desire in their purest forms. Readers daring enough to stray from the safety of the path will find in his images and words a garden of delights to tempt even the most demanding pleasure-seeker." -Michael Thomas Ford, Lambda Award winner
"To say this is a great book is an understatement. Filthy Boys transcends its genre of erotica and enters the realm of literature." -Donovan Brown, author of My Brotha, My Brotha
"Filthy Boys is a wonderful book ... and just the thing if you are in the mood for an enjoyable quickie (or twenty)." - Mathilde Madden, author of Reflection's Edge
"The hottest explosion since the Big Bang!" -Ian Philips, author of See Dick Deconstruct
"If you are looking for sexually-charged fiction that also has heart and intelligence, then Filthy Boys is the collection for you." - Emily Veinglory, author of Lovers and Ghosts
About the Author
Calling M.Christian versatile is a tremendous understatement. Extensively published in science fiction, fantasy, horror, thrillers, and even non-fiction, it is in erotica that M.Christian has become an acknowledged master - with more than 400 stories in such anthologies as Best American Erotica, Best Gay Erotica, Best Lesbian Erotica, Best Bisexual Erotica, Best Fetish Erotica, and, in fact, too many anthologies, magazines, and sites to name.
M. Christian has also edited a distinguished line of anthologies on his own and with collaborators like Maxim Jakubowski and Sage Vivant.
His novels Running Dry, The Very Bloody Marys, Me2, Brushes, and Painted Doll were published to critical acclaim. He blogs monthly for The Erotica Readers and Writers Association website.
When he's not writing - which isn't often - M.Christian ("Chris" to his friends) is an avid foodie, gamer, photographer, and also creates odd little art projects ... and, considering Chris, 'odd' is an understatement as well.