Sex for America by Stephen Elliott
Politically Inspired Erotica

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Sex for America takes us to the intersection of our desires and our political beliefs. These provocative stories by some of today's best writers, including Anthony Swofford, Jerry Stahl, Rick Moody, and Jonathan Ames, will inspire new discussions of sexual freedom and fascination. A surprising encounter between a lesbian and a young man shipping off to war, a liberal Hill staffer falling for the wife of a Republican senator, and Dick Cheney's duck hunt accident as jilted lover's revenge. See your government—and your most recent sex partners—as you've never seen them before.


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Stephen Elliott is the editor of the anthology "Politically Inspired," He is also the author of four novels, including "What It Means to Love You" and "Happy Baby," A contributing writer for "The Believer," the "San Francisco Chronicle," "Newsday," "The Village Voice," and "McSweeney's," Elliott is the Jones Lecturer at Stanford University and lived, before this year, in San Francisco.
Published October 13, 2009 by HarperCollins e-books. 288 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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In Alison Tyler’s “Measure A, B, or Me,” a couple becomes aroused by a political poll, and, in Michelle Richmond’s “Milk,” a woman blissfully breastfeeds tribal guerillas though, unknown to them, she has been ingesting a toxic substance she passes along through her milk.

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Wednesday, February 27, 7 p.m., San Francisco author/activist Stephen Elliott and special guests read from and discuss Sex for America: Politically Inspired Erotica at Luna’s Café and Juice Bar, 1414 16th Street.

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