"Lori Selke's erotic mind, like the stories that issue from it, is diverse, ironic, fearless, perverse, and smoking hot!" --Carol Queen, author, The Leather Daddy and the Femme.
"A true original; startling, strong and damn sexy. What a joy to see this new collection to entice a new generation of readers." --Laura Antoniou, author, The Marketplace
Stories Include: The Robber Girl; The Bachelor Party; The Secret Life of Mr. Clean; Sex and the Married Dyke; Diary of a Lost Girl; Ruth, Roses, and Revolvers; The Call Girl Detective; Car Trouble; The Cucumber; At the Pageant, The Vamp; Kiss and Tell; Southern Girls; The Snow Queen & other stories.
"Lori Selke is a sick fuck, which is a good thing, and she doesn't hesitate to express that in a ferociously literate way...which is even better." --Simon Sheppard, author, Hotter Than Hell
"One of the most honest and unapologetic erotic writers in the US market. Her work challenges you to do that thing that we all would rather not do, she makes you hot and thoughtful at the same time." --Robert Lawrence, President, the Center for Sex and Culture
"Lost Girls and Others luxuriates in the lives and stories of iconic gender stereotypes, celebrating multiple genres, subverting clichés and turning them wickedly inside out. She inhabits the lives and loves of silent film stars, inserts lesbian twists into spaghetti westerns, delivers consumer product evaluation for the home pornstar network, not to mention hard boiled femme noire, and even Asian cuisine for foot fetishists. A sumptuous package of clever women having delicious, dangerous fun." --Wade Heaton, author, The Daphne Trilogy
Cover art: Shilo McCabe
Cover design: Frankie Hill
From Barbary Coast Editions, an imprint of Sizzler Editions.
About the Author
Lori Selke is a multi-faceted writer and editor. Her fiction has appeared in Asimov’s, Strange Horizons, Velvet Mafia, and dozens of anthologies. Her nonfiction has appeared in the pages of Curve, Girlfriends, Frontiers,The SF Weekly, The Children’s Advocate, and other venues.
She is available for freelance contracts and assignments for projects on popular culture and entertainment, alternative culture, music, sexuality, health, science and science fiction, parenting and child advocacy, food justice, and other topics. She is experienced in marketing, PR, and newsletter writing as well as journalistic writing. She is also a trained proofreader and copy editor.
Her hobbies include cooking, collecting cookbooks, gardening in pots, designing her next tattoo, and childproofing her flat.
She lives in Oakland, California.