Sacchi Green is one of the most lauded and respected queer writers of today. And why? Because she breaks new ground with each and every book. Me and My Boi throbs with the currency of lesbian love and lust today, when the love dares speak it's name using new words, terms and letters. Me and My Boi celebrates lesbian bois, butches, and screw-the-binary free spirits; cool bois, hot bois, swaggering bois, shy bois, leather bois, flannel bois, butch daddies, and the girls (and other bois) who wouldn’t have them any other way. The stories range from Sinclair Sexsmith’s raw “Five Blow Jobs” through Victoria Oldham’s searing “Resurrection” and old-school lesbian bar tale “Hot Pants” by Jen Cross to the aching tenderness of “Her Gardener’s Boy” by D. Orchid. Twenty authors, among them Sommer Marsden, Annabeth Leong, Tamsin Flowers and Kathleen Tudor, heat up settings all the way from a Regency drawing room to modern Paris to a Brooklyn bike shop. Whatever turns you on, or cuts deep, or sparks your wildest fantasies, if these writers don’t push the buttons you already have, they’ll hook you up with some new ones. Gender has no boundaries, and neither does lust.
About the author
Sacchi Green has co-edited the anthologies Rode Hard, Put Away Wet/i>, Hard Road, Easy Riding, and Lipstick on Her Collar. Her stories have appeared in an array of erotica publications, including Best Lesbian Erotica, Best Women?s Erotica, The Mammoth Book of Best New Erotica and Best Lesbian Romance. She lives in the Pioneer Valley of western Massachusetts and you can follow her online at sacchig.livejournal.com. Girl Crazy This anthology was arousing and has given me plenty of material to fantasize with." —On Her Back "Foreplay and buildup are exquisite, because it has an overarching theme of identity, and beginning to figure out what the feelings you're having all mean. There is gentleness, loss of virginity, new feelings and sensations. It is poignant, innocent." —Millennial Toybox
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