Jeremy Edwards
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Five Minute Fantasies 1 (ed. Cathryn Cooper) includes “Open-Bottle Policy.”
Xcite Books (2007), ISBN-13 978-1905170616.

While the car ascended with a soothing whir, Becky broke the silence. “I don’t know if this was strictly necessary, according to the open-bottle rules. But I am going on break ... and I can do whatever I like on my break.” She stepped closer to me. “Whatever I like,” she repeated. And she reached forward and tapped my chest, ever so briefly.


“I Bet You Looked Hot” was published at Clean Sheets in 2007.

Diana’s eyes seemed to look at Giselle with increased intensity, and she laughed a different sort of laugh from her friend’s casual chuckle.

Where Giselle’s laughter had been low-key, her roommate’s was imbued with some vital energy that Giselle struggled to identify.

“I wish I’d been there,” Diana said liltingly. “I bet you looked hot.”


“Doing it for Olivia” was published at Bare Back Magazine in 2007.


Erotic Tales 2 (ed. Justus Roux) includes “Mindy’s Pheromones”
Erotictales (2007), ISBN-13 978-0977778881.

Over the next few days, my sense of smell finally seduced my other senses. Now I could not look at Mindy without admiring the subtle grace of her features; I could not listen to her talk without feeling tremors. How, I marveled, could I ever have found her looks to be bland and her voice to be ordinary? I began to see my previous unresponsiveness to her physical charms as a reflection on my own shortcomings.


“Impressionism” was published at Oysters & Chocolate Erotic in 2007.

She had to know. She could not work at this desk all day, in the middle of a busy city, and not be aware of when her panties were or were not visible to the casual observer. This really mattered to me. Because, if it were an accident, it would not be polite to let my gaze linger there, or return there between paintings. If, however, it was intentional—as I supposed—then I owed it to both of us to make the most of it.


Got a Minute? Sixty-Second Erotica (ed. Alison Tyler) includes “Every Night.”
Cleis Press (2007), ISBN-13 978-1573442718.


“Any Friend of Hers” was published at The Erotic Woman in 2007.

“Do you ever sort of want to fuck my friends?”

It was a strange question to hear on a Saturday morning. Consequently, it was a struggle for me to swallow rather than eject the mouthful of coffee that Dahlia’s query had overtaken.

“Huh?” I laughed. “Last I knew, this was a monogamous relationship.” I looked around from left to right, as though expecting extraneous women to emerge from the pantry or laundry chute.


“Half-Measures” was published at Good Vibrations Magazine in 2007.

I never did learn exactly why Millicent showed up at my place with no pants on at 1:30 in the morning. I had a general idea, of course, of the type of evening out that might have resulted in this scenario. But I still don’t know any of the specific details.


The flash piece “Recessed” was published at Ruthie’s Club in 2007. [Paid membership required.]


The flash piece “Choice of Toppings” was published at Ruthie’s Club in 2007. [Paid membership required.]


A is for Amour (ed. Alison Tyler) includes “Le Petit Déjeuner.”
Cleis Press (2007), ISBN-13 978-1573442633.

As we make love, I imagine that we are back in Paris. That there is a bidet in our bathroom. That people are speaking French on the sidewalk below. That around the corner is the little pharmacy where I had to resort to an earthy pantomime to indicate that I required a box of condoms. Where the pharmacist, a handsome woman of about thirty-five with dark, humorous eyes, smiled knowingly at me when I paid for them.


Sex & Seduction (ed. Cathryn Cooper) includes “Changing Objectives.”
Xcite Books (2007), ISBN-13 978-1905170784.

While she quickly filled out the form she had prepared, she was aware that Gavin was watching her. A glance in his direction revealed that his mouth hung open in an expression of perplexity. But his eyes seemed to burn with something else—something intoxicating, something that made her acutely aware of the rude but sensuous way her skirt was caressing her ass crack, and the titillating breath of the climate-controlled air around her bare ankles.


Sex & Satisfaction (ed. Cathryn Cooper) includes “Any Day of the Week.”
Xcite Books (2007), ISBN-13 978-1905170777.

I began to hone in on her rhythm. Her fingers tapping on the keyboard, her legs shifting position, her papers rustling ... these themes interacted to establish an erotic beat that was punctuated by her unconscious flashing, which was becoming more frequent. Tappity-tap WINK rustle-rustle WINK shift-rustle-rustle-shift WINK.


“Vivian’s Checklist” was published at Tit-Elation in 2007.


“Party of the Third Part” was published at Ruthie’s Club in 2007. [Paid membership required.]


“Le Petit Déjeuner” was published at The Erotic Bookworm in 2006.


“If We Were ...” was published at Justus Roux’s Erotic Tales in 2006.


“Mindy’s Pheromones” was published at Clean Sheets in 2006.

Over the next few days, my sense of smell finally seduced my other senses. Now I could not look at Mindy without admiring the subtle grace of her features; I could not listen to her talk without feeling tremors. How, I marveled, could I ever have found her looks to be bland and her voice to be ordinary? I began to see my previous unresponsiveness to her physical charms as a reflection on my own shortcomings.


“Pack the Essentials” was published at Oysters & Chocolate Erotic in 2006.


The “anagram flash” piece “Jaded Merry Wes” was published at Ruthie’s Club in 2006. [Paid membership required.]


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