Looking for something very sexy and just as smart? Man on Man collects the best and hottest gay sex writing by Simon Sheppard, whom San Francisco magazine dubbed “our erotica king.” Now, Sheppard has selected a heaping helping of his best work—both fiction and nonfiction—in a collection guaranteed to keep any reader up all night.
His world is peopled by hunky leathermen, not-so-innocent suburban boys, kinky scuba divers, horny hippies, and beautiful young men in love. Whether recounting a tale of sacred sex on an Indian train, rhapsodizing about a used jockstrap, or exploring the politics of spanking, Sheppard demonstrates why he’s won the Lambda Literary Award, the Erotic Authors Association Award, and the acclaim of discerning readers of erotica everywhere. Get ready for wet-and-wild stories by the writer the Bay Area Reporter says is “never to be outdone.”
“Simon Sheppard’s stories have all the erotic heat required, but in addition, they’re wildly inventive, unexpectedly funny, and sad. Some even supply a pure, and purely unexpected, literary excitement.” —Felice Picano
About the Author
Simon Sheppard is the author of four previous collections of short fiction: Jockboys; Sodomy!; In Deep; and Hotter Than Hell and Other Stories, which won the Erotic Authors Association Award. His first novel, The Dirty Boys' Club: The Soap Opera Murders, was published in 2012.
His non-fiction books include Kinkorama: Dispatches From the Front Lines of Perversion and Sex Parties 101. He edited Homosex: Sixty Years of Gay Erotica, which won the Lambda Literary Award, and the anthology Leathermen, and co-edited Rough Stuff and Roughed Up.
His work has also appeared in well over 300 anthologies, and he's written the syndicated column "Sex Talk," and the online columns "Perv" and "Notes of a Cranky Old Fag."
He lives in San Francisco, where he curates the performance series “Perverts Put Out!” and can be found online at www.simonsheppard.com.