New Gay Fiction: Cleis Press Releases Nasty Boys from Shane Allison

Shane Allison's Nasty Boys (Cleis Press 2013) curates fictional gay fantasies in a well-written, cutting-edge anthology.

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"A filthy, fun read for those who are titillated by harsh, rugged men and rough sex." —Library Journal

(PRWEB) December 31, 2013

Shane Allison and Cleis Press bring together every bad boy imaginable in Nasty Boys: Fair Trade Erotica. Hot hunky gangstas, rockers, street punks, and ex cons who just want to get it on and on and on. Each story brings a uniquely sexy bad boy. They say that clothes make the man, but we also know that it is what is under the clothes that counts. From laying rebar with blue-collar hunks, holstering the .38 of an undercover detective in a musky bar, and picking up the liquor store punk with ripped, tatted arms, you’ll find the perfect bad boy to suit any mood.

“The best writing from the likes of Rob Rosen, Dominic Santi, Logan Zachary and Landon Dixon graces these pages. In addition, newcomers have answered the call to capture what it means to be bad, to proudly veer off the straight and narrow into a world of punks, dirty cops, bikers, thugs and other ruffians. Now go out in search of your own trouble boy.”
—from the Introduction by Shane Allison

Shane Allison has been published in countless literary journals and publications, including McSweeney's, Velvet Mafia, Mississippi Review, New Delta Review, and Outsider Ink. He is the editor of Backdraft and Hot Cops. His stories have also appeared in anthologies such as Best Black Gay Erotica, Truckers, and Cowboys. He lives in Tallahassee, Florida.

Nasty Boys: Rough Trade Erotica
Edited by Shane Allison
$15.95, Trade Paper
216 pages, 5 ½” x 8”
ISBN: 978-1-57344-966-3

What People Are Saying About Nasty Boys:

"If you’re open to some hot male on male action then this book is well worth your time reading and comes highly recommend from this female reader."
—Clitical


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