Comes now this fascinating and enticing new collection of transgressive smut by Michael Hemmingson, author of such Blue Moon Books classics as The Comfort of Women, The Dress, House of Dreams, Amateurs, The Rooms, and 66 Chapters About 33 Women. Hemmingson gently, sometimes aggressively, explores the sensual nature of trains, cars, art exhibits, and foreign countries. The women in these stories are strong, independent, and lurid — working as strippers, writers, actresses, grad students, and filmmakers. In “The Installation,” a desperate young lass puts an ad in the paper: «Female Will Do Anything for $10.000.” In “Jolene,” a man gets involved with a sassy strumpet he witnessed engaging in a juicy gang bang. In “Natalie,” a bold gal reveals her desire to be spanked, while “Mo” is a cautionary adventure about a sexy young college student who only performs oral sex with her partners. The need to connect, sexually and spiritually, with The Other is explored in “The End of Celibacy” and “Feeling Something,” while the title story examines the pros and cons of extramarital coitus. Every story is eloquently written in perfect sentences, and explicitly rendered in Hemmingson's trademark fashion that has earned him a cult following in the literary erotica genre.