Sacchi Green is a Lambda award-winning writer and editor of erotica and other stimulating genres, which has the side effect of providing a thigh-high accumulation of contributor’s copies with rather startling covers. Wait—make that breast-high by now, but then again, she’s not particularly tall.
Her home is in western Massachusetts, with an alternate retreat in the mountains of New Hampshire. She does makes forays into the real world regularly and widely, but her farthest journeys are taken in her mind, and she love to share them with her readers.
Sacchi’s stories have appeared in scores of publications, including Best Lesbian Erotica, Best Women’s Erotica, Best Lesbian Romance, Best Transgender Erotica, Best Fantasy Erotica, and Penthouse. In recent years she’s taken to wielding the editorial whip, editing or co-editing seven lesbian erotica anthologies: Rode Hard, Put Away Wet (Suspect Thoughts Press); Hard Road, Easy Riding (Lethe Press); Lipstick on Her Collar (Pretty Things Press), and Lesbian Cowboys, Girl Crazy, Lesbian Lust, and Lesbian Cops, all from Cleis Press. Three of them have been Lambda Literary Award Finalists, and Lesbian Cowboys, co-edited with Rakelle Valencia, won the Lambda Literary Award in 2010.
Take a ride-on the wild side with Hard Road, Easy Riding. Sex should be intense, joyful, and liberating--exactly as written in these edgy and uninhibited stories. While there are many anthologies of lesbian erotica available, none so far have focused on the interaction between the lifestyles and sexual adventures of lesbian bikers. What's sexier than a hot woman, clad in form-fitting leather?
More than six hundred women-most likely many more-passed as men to fight in the American Civil War, and that's not counting the nurses and spies. In WWI women served as nurses and ambulance drivers, and in Russia Maria Boskareva's Women's Battalion of Death was not the only group of female fighters. By WWII women were ferrying fighter planes in the US and the UK. Ten tales of women in war.
A book such as this spins not only words but also whole worlds: eighteen of them, representing the best lesbian-themed stories of the fantastic or futuristic published the prior year. The women to be met in these pages will find themselves tested not because of their sexual identity but rather the identity they have composed, constructed, and spun.
A Ride to Remember takes you on a journey through the sensual imagination of Sacchi Green, winner of the Lambda Literary Award for Best Lesbian Erotica. These thirteen stories offer an ever-changing panorama of encounters between women who know what they want and grasp it with fierce intensity.