Cleis Press Announces the Release of Rachel Kramer Bussel's Lust in Latex

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Lust in Latex (Cleis Press 2013) is Rachel Kramer Bussel's latest collection of fictional fantasies, and shows just how hot rubber can be.

Lust in Latex

"With the fetishistic insight she is famous for, Rachel Kramer Bussel has collected here a very tasty buffet of latex pervery served with sexy and literate writing."— Amelia G., Editrix at Blue Blood

In Rachel Kramer Bussel’s collection Lust in Latex: Rubber Sex Stories (Cleis Press), top authors make the most of the sensual potential inherent in getting suited up. From latex body paint to the smell of rubber tires to clingy catsuits worn by powerful mistresses, these stories show how suiting up is even hotter than wearing nothing at all.

In Alison Tyler’s “Rubber Necking,” Casey transforms into a real-life rubber-clad mannequin. Robert spices up a boring movie date with the gift of rubber panties in Elizabeth Coldwell’s “Cinema Show.” Kristina Wright’s “The Dress” reveals the tantalizing effects of PVC. Each story unleashes the unique powers of fetish fashion. Dive into a world where the tightest, most constricting material can strip all inhibitions.

"It was way better than being naked. I felt divine, trapped inside this sleek, erotic cave. I never wanted to get out."
—Rachel Kramer Bussel, from the Introduction

About the Editor
Rachel Kramer Bussel regularly writes for and appears in The New York Observer, Salon, Jezebel, Bust, Cosmopolitan, The Huffington Post, The Daily Beast, and more. Based in New York City, she is a prolific erotica author and editor, and her titles include Serving Him, Twice the Pleasure, Cheeky Spanking Stories, Fast Girls, and The Big Book of Orgasms. She currently lives in New York City. Visit her at and

Lust in Latex
Rubber Sex Stories
Edited by Rachel Kramer Bussel
$15.95, Trade Paper
192 pages, 5.25” x 7.75”
ISBN: 978-1-62778-004-9
Publishing on December 30th, 2013

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