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Sexy, capitalism-defying adventures take you around the galaxy in this debut collection of five erotic short stories by MJ Lyons. A pack of werewolves tear through downtown Toronto to protest cruel treatment of workers, led by a werewolf & witch couple who are equally passionate about the cause and each other. From charnel landscapes to queer utopias, from the crepuscular cruising grounds of 19th century Paris to the urban werewolf hunting grounds of 21st century Toronto, from the tender to the consentacled, these tales of unapologetically queer, unabashedly smutty speculative fiction will thrill, titillate, and delight. A male/male erotic short story collection from Microcosm's Queering Consent series.
SUBJECT: Queer/Trans / Sex / Microcosm Published / Fiction / Science Fiction & Fantasy / Queering Consent
PUBLICATION: May 11, 2021
FORMAT: 128 pages, paperback
CARTON QTY: 80
MJ Lyons (@queer_mikey) is a writer, bookstore professional, and game maker. His debut novel, Murder at the World's Fair, was published by Renaissance Press in June 2019. He has also written for dozens of publications, including a five-year-long column with a colleague on lesser known LGBT history, History Boys. Other publishing credits include his short story, “To kill in a god,” in Clockwork Cairo: Steampunk Tales of Egypt, and a chapbook of speculative fiction short stories, Temple of Cats. He manages the bookstore side of Glad Day Bookshop and lives in Toronto with his goblin of a cat.
A small, innovative publishing house, Microcosm Publishing specializes in work designed to make the reader feel good about being alive, take an active role in bettering their life, and impact the world around them. Microcosm has developed a reputation for teaching self-empowerment, showing hidden histories, and fostering creativity through challenging conventional publishing wisdom with books and zines about DIY skills, food, politics, and art. Our books are printed in the USA.