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The James Dawson Erotica Collections Series


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James Dawson's writing credits include hundreds of stories and articles published in more than two dozen men's magazines. Penthouse Letters has said that he is "considered by many to be the greatest writer of his generation." The James Dawson Erotica Collections series reprints the best of his extremely adults-only output.

"Erotica 100: Cheap Thrills (A Sexy Sampler of Stories From Every Erotica Collections Volume)" is a dirt-cheap way to get a taste of all 20 bawdy books in this salacious series, and features James Dawson's personal favorite erotic story he ever wrote ("Christina's Last Garter"). As an added bonus, this sinfully sexy 64,000-word smorgasbord also includes an excerpt from Dawson's outrageous porn parody novel "Sex Kittens." All for less than a buck (for the e-book)! Click here for the $7.58 trade paperback, or click here for the 99-cent e-book version.

"Erotica 101: How to Write a Dirty Story (With Nine Naughty Examples)" includes the entertainingly informative title piece (expanded here to more than twice its original length) and nine newly revised short stories that illustrate points made in the article. Dawson also provides a lengthy new foreword, as well as individual introductions for each story. Mixing behind-the-scenes anecdotes with practical how-to tips, "Erotica 101: How to Write a Dirty Story" is like a personal tutorial from the man Penthouse Letters has said is "considered by many to be the greatest writer of his generation." Click here for the $7.99 trade paperback, or click here for the $2.99 e-book version.

"Erotica 102: Lust in My Art (Plus 13 Torrid Tales)" reprints the mini-memoir title piece, a previously unpublished follow-up and newly revised versions of 13 erotic stories referenced in the article. Dawson also provides entertaining new introductions before each story. With four-letter-filled fiction that ranges from hot noir to outrageous humor, "Erotica 102: Lust in My Art" is a steamy 53,000-word collection that will keep you up at night...in more ways than one. Click here for the $7.99 trade paperback, or click here for the $2.99 e-book version.

"Erotica 103: Beach Bitch (The Lusty Lost Novel & The Four-Story Version)" includes a remarkably enlarged version of the first of only three full-length erotic novels ever written by Dawson, previously available in drastically shortened and much tamer form as a four-part magazine serial. (The other two novels are the ultra-offensive "FUCK OR YOU'RE FIRED!" and the hardcore parody "Sex Kittens.") In "Beach Bitch," it's (very) hot fun in the summertime for recent high school grad Cindy St. James, who blossoms from embarrassed virgin to emboldened vixen when she goes on the run with a fugitive porn star. This outrageously indecent X-rated odyssey was expanded in 2013 from a frisky 41,000-word foray to a flagrantly filthy 57,000-word fantasy. Also included are the original manuscript versions of the short-story quartet, as well as a new introduction by the author. Note: Readers of this ridiculously ribald romp are strongly advised to wear loose pants...or none at all! Click here for the $8.99 trade paperback, or click here for the $2.99 e-book version.

"Erotica 104: Sex Machine (Plus 21 Other Hot Fantasy & Steamy Science Fiction Stories)" is 21 stories that originally appeared in a dozen different men's magazines plus an alternate version of one of them that is published here for the first time, adding up to nearly 70,000 words of way-out wonders. Several all-new introductions feature the usual amusing background information and entertaining behind-the-scenes anecdotes. Included are torrid tales of technology ("Flip," "Dick at Nite," "The Dream Machine," "Another First"), telepathy ("Head Games," its companion "Mindgames" and "Mindskeeving") and time travel ("X2K," "Faire Tale"). "FUCK FOR YOUR LIFE!" is a filthy alien-invasion nightmare, "The Professors and Marianne" is a smutty search for a mythical monster and "Master of the Chambers" shows what happens when a videogame designer gets too immersed in his work. Other stories take place in the past ("The Cro-Magnon Chronicle"), the present ("Read Me") and a ridiculously ribald future ("Lust in Space"), mostly on Earth but also on the moon ("Sex Machine"), within an altered consciousness ("You Are Everything and Everything Is You") and even in the realm of fairy ("A Late Summer's Daydream"). The other four unlikely and very explicit adventures are "Now Playing," "Nothing But the Truth," "Schrodinger's Pussy" and "Mist Opportunities." All stories have been revised and often expanded in 2013 for their appearance here. Click here for the $8.99 trade paperback, or click here for the $2.99 e-book version.

"Erotica 105: Short and Sweet (19 Tantalizing Tales About Teenies & Tinies)" is 62,000 words worth of stories and articles devoted to petite and/or just-turned-legal females. Those compact cuties and sweet young things range from innocent airheads to manipulative temptresses, but they all have one thing in common: What they lack in stature or experience, they more than make up for in enthusiasm! Originally published in Penthouse Forum, Penthouse Letters, Petite and BabyFace, all 19 of these prurient pieces have been substantially revised (and in most cases expanded) in 2013. Also included are several entertaining new introductions by Dawson. Click here for the $7.99 trade paperback, or click here for the $2.99 e-book version.

"Erotica 106: The Dirtiest Book in the World (Two Dozen Disgusting, Depraved & Deliriously Indecent Diversions)" is a whopping 70,000 words worth of the most jaw-droppingly filthy fuck fiction ever written. We're not talking mere hardcore sex, folks, although there obviously is plenty of that. We're talking about characters with a fascination for fetishes ranging from piercings to amputations to poop. You won't know whether to jerk off, throw up or laugh out loud at these outrageous bizarre-sex excursions into excess, eroticism and excrement, but you definitely won't forget them. Four previously unpublished stories are included with 20 revised (and in many cases expanded) tales that originally appeared in Nugget, Penthouse Forum and Penthouse Letters. Also featured are many all-new and entertaining introductions, a couple of which are ridiculously lengthy. Click here for the $8.99 trade paperback, or click here for the $2.99 e-book version.

"Erotica 107: Boobs, Boobs, Boobs (22 Titillatingly Top-Heavy Tales)" gathers a whopping 69,000 words worth of Dawson's big-breasts-obsessed stories that haven't appeared in earlier Erotica Collections volumes or in the "Hooter Hunter" trilogy. In addition to 21 stories originally printed in Gent, Max, Penthouse Letters and other men's magazines, this bazonga bounty also features the previously unpublished hard-boiled and hardcore double-D detective story "My Holster Is Hot," along with several new introductions. Ranging in tone from steamy to silly, the rest of the collection's carnal contents include the super-stacked surfer-girl sexcapade "Hang Two," the intensely erotic fantasy "The Minotaur," the snarkily smartass "Chairman of the Broads," the does-a-body good duo "The Milk Maid" and "The Milk Wagon"--plus more than a dozen other bra-buster bonanzas that are more fun than motorboating! Click here for the $8.99 trade paperback, or click here for the $2.99 e-book version.

"Erotica 108: Mammazon and Other Ridiculously XXX-Rated Superheroes" collects a veritable Just-Tits League's worth of outrageously carnal comics characters including the mega-mammaried Mammazon, the voluptuous Velveteen, the lusciously leggy Sheetkickers and other skimpy-costumed knockouts. Their salaciously silly exploits originally appeared in the magazines Penthouse Letters, Penthouse Hot Talk, Gent: Home of the D-Cups, Juggs and Teasers. Author and lifelong comics fan James Dawson (who wrote numerous reviews for The Comics Journal during his misspent youth, and later sold stories to the Marvel anthologies "The Ultimate Silver Surfer" and "The Ultimate Super-Villains") also provides several amusingly candid introductions about the highs and lows of freelancing. Back-of-the-book bonuses include comics-script versions of several of the prose stories included here, as well as a vintage comics review that was filthy enough to cause an expensive international incident! Click here for the $8.99 trade paperback, or click here for the $2.99 e-book version.

"Erotica 109: You Animal You! (44 XXX-Rated Examples of Lovers Who Belong in a Zoo)" is the biggest Erotica Collections volume yet, with 44 stories that add up to nearly 74,000 words of wild, wanton and sometimes wacky wickedness. Various mammals, insects, birds and fish become metaphors for frisky females that range from pet-like to predatory, and single-minded males that run the gamut from stud-like to slimy. You probably will recognize a few people you know on this steamy safari. You may even see yourself, you animal you! Click here for the $8.99 trade paperback, or click here for the $2.99 e-book version.

"Erotica 110: Playing Footsie (28 Lusty Leg & Foot Fetish Fictions)" includes nearly 47,000 words of titillating tootsie-tonguing tales. These 28 stories (more than half of which are previously unpublished) make up every piece of legs-and-feet fiction ever written by James Dawson. Sit back, put up your feet (or preferably someone else's) and enjoy! Click here for the $7.99 trade paperback, or click here for the $2.99 e-book version.

"Erotica 111: More to Love (Filthy Fiction About Fat-Bottomed Girls)" includes all 12 stories (adding up to more than 31,000 words) that James Dawson has written about women who are built more for comfort than speed. If you're crazy about the kind of corpulent cuties you wouldn't kick out of bed for eating crackers, an entire chocolate cake or a whole seven-course meal with all the trimmings, this is the book for you! Click here for the $6.99 trade paperback, or click here for the $2.99 e-book version.

"Erotica 112: Calendar Girls" includes a sexy story for every month of the year. These are some of James Dawson's best, all of which originally appeared in the monthly "Calendar Girls" feature he created that bounced between Penthouse Forum and Penthouse Letters for nine months. With a little tinkering, three of his favorite as-yet-uncollected stories brought the total to 12, for a full year of titillating tales! Click here for the $6.99 trade paperback, or click here for the $2.99 e-book version.

"Erotica 113: Good Dirty Fun (16 Ridiculously Sexy Stories)" includes 16 stories (plus an alternate version of one of them as a back-of-the-book bonus) that add up to 52,000 words of entertaining indecency. The characters in these carnal capers include an actor from a British TV series who makes the most of a pledge drive appearance; a corrupt small-town deputy and the female FBI agent sent to investigate him; a stand-up comic who gets off on watching his wife cheat; a girl who has more than just the holiday spirit in her during the twelve days of Christmas; and a very determined girlfriend competing with a Hollywood actress for the affections of a prodigy baseball player. There's even a vintage story from the 1990s featuring a First Lady with the initials HRC who bears a certain resemblance to a current presidential candidate, and a completely fictional article describing the hardcore sex scenes that were cut from the movie "Titanic." "Good Dirty Fun" also includes one of Dawson's favorite stories he ever wrote: "All in the Game," which uses the gameboard of a classic family favorite as the setting for pulp-fiction porn! Click here for the $7.99 trade paperback, or click here for the $2.99 e-book version.

"Erotica 114: Devil's Island (17 Sinfully Stimulating Stories)" is 55,000 words of wanton wickedness about characters such as the only man stranded on a desert island with a dozen horny coeds, a card shark recalling his erotic conquests, a soldier making fireworks in a nuclear missile silo and a voiceover artist with indecently effective powers of persuasion. Horny female protagonists include a dirty debutante, a femme fatale con artist, a maid obsessed with a princess and a busty gun-toting chauffeur. Spanning the genres of humor, mystery and contemporary melodrama, these stories have one thing in common: This "Devil's Island" is hotter than Hell! Click here for the $7.99 trade paperback, or click here for the $2.99 e-book version.

"Erotica 115: Kissing Practice (16 Sensual Stories)" features curious coeds, conniving coworkers and kinky couples getting creatively carnal. These outrageously sexy stories, which total nearly 54,000 words, originally appeared in the magazines Classic Forum, Oriental Women, Penthouse Erotica, Penthouse Hot Talk, Penthouse Letters and Squeeze. (Yes, there really was a men's magazine at one time called "Squeeze.") This titillating tome is the perfect companion for those solo occasions when you feel an irresistible urge to get in touch with yourself. Click here for the $7.99 trade paperback, or click here for the $2.99 e-book version.

"Erotica 116: It's Just Sex (21 Indecent Exploits)" features deliciously dirty stories about high-tech wife-watchers, enterprising college girls, naughty neighbors, carnal co-workers, a horny housewife, a slumming sophisticate, a supermodel private eye, a wanton woodworker and (as they say) MORE! These 21 extremely adults-only exploits (adding up to an impressively engorged 70,000 words) include such a wide variety of kinks and couplings that there's something here to shock even the most jaded erotica aficionado. But if you ever think you might pass out, lose what's left of your mind or explode in your best pants while reading these filthy fantasies, take a deep breath and keep telling yourself, "It's just sex!" These stories originally appeared in the magazines Penthouse Forum, Penthouse Hot Talk, Penthouse Letters and Teasers. All have been revised (and in many cases expanded). The stories "The Candle," "Listening to Lorenzo" and the Kimberly Redline version of "Panties From Heaven" are published here for the first time anywhere. Click here for the $8.99 trade paperback, or click here for the $2.99 e-book version.

"Erotica 117: Up All Night (The Chronicles Columns)"gathers all 41 of James Dawson's "Forum Chronicles" columns that appeared in Penthouse Forum magazine. Filled with indecent anecdotes, outrageous advice, prurient parables and filthy fictions, this 66,000-word compilation is both irresistibly sexy and obscenely amusing. Each of these extremely adults-only selections is concise enough to be a quick and dirty read. But like eating peanuts, potato chips and something else that begins with "P," stopping after just one is impossible! Click here for the $8.99 trade paperback, or click here for the $2.99 e-book version.

"Erotica 118: Hard at Work (The St. James Place Columns)" is the longest "Erotica Collections" volume yet, at close to 100,000 wanton words. This carnal compilation of James Dawson's outrageously adults-only "St. James Place" columns (originally printed in Penthouse Letters magazine) covers topics ranging from workplace affairs to wife-watching to "The Terrible Truth About Teenie Weinies." Other subjects include the joys of dating females half your age, off-limits co-workers and irresistible skanks; the temptation to commit adultery before the honeymoon's even over; the nasty delight of "Going Down and Around" and the pleasures of porking the petite. More oddball offerings include a 50-stories-in-one "States of Undress" survey, a prurient parody of Ken Nordine's "Colors" word-jazz album and three variations of "The Erotic Alphabet." It's a smorgasbord of smut! Click here for the $10.99 trade paperback, or click here for the $2.99 e-book version.

"Erotica 119: Lust Letters Volume 1 (69 XXX-Rated Encounters)" is the first of two huge collections of fake reader mail that James Dawson wrote for Penthouse magazines. "Lust Letters Volume 1" overflows with 69 sexy vignettes featuring characters including a female rock star, a couple of freeway racers, a studly day laborer, a runway model's dresser, a sports fanatic, a horny waitress, a bachelor-party stripper, a wicked weather girl, a cemetery headstone carver, lots of lesbians, several carnal coeds and dozens more! Click here for the $9.99 trade paperback, or click here for the $2.99 e-book version.

"Erotica 120: Lust Letters Volume 2 (58 Fucking Fantasies)" ends the 20-book "Erotica Collections" series with a bang, featuring 58 final stories retrieved from my massive mailbag of meat-beating and mound-massaging imaginary tales originally published in Penthouse Letters and Penthouse Forum. Back-up bonuses are my only two "Dr. Love" advice columns, as well as several online installments of "The Former Doctor Love." It's 100,000 words of hot, hot, hot! Click here for the $9.99 trade paperback, or click here for the $2.99 e-book version.




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"FUCK OR YOU'RE FIRED!" is an ultra-hardcore adults-only novel about shamelessly sexist corporate pigs having their wicked way with cowering female co-workers who will do absolutely ANYTHING to keep their jobs. Exploitation, domination and humiliation are business as usual at Gelaquid Enterprises, where sexual harassment is actively encouraged, women are required to be willing and absolutely NOTHING is off limits!




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"Sex Kittens" is a mind-blowingly filthy XXX-rated book-length parody of my wholesome Young Adult fantasy novel "Six Kristens" (which was published under my "Angelina Troy" pseudonym). Have you ever heard of anything more fucked up in your life? The original book's six identical 13-year-olds trapped in a family-friendly fantasyland have been transformed into a half-dozen sex-obsessed 18-year-old nymphomaniacs in a far naughtier neverland. And what's their cosmic connection to a real-world porn star, a pervy adult-video producer and a devastating California earthquake? Also included is an amusingly self-indulgent afterword about the making of this wicked one-of-a-kind wonder.

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"Six Kristens," published under my "Angelina Troy" pseudonym, is the original all-ages and family-friendly Young Adult novel that I later parodied with the extremely adults-only "Sex Kittens." Unlike anything else I've ever written, this book could have been the mainstream crossover bestseller that resulted in worldwide acclaim and untold millions for Yours Truly. Except it didn't.

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"The Hooter Hunter Trilogy: Three Short Stories" collects a trio of very adults-only and yet extremely sophomoric tales about the unlikely erotic exploits of a breast-obsessed global adventurer. This refreshingly compact (if not downright skimpy) 9,000-word volume is sure to tickle more than your funnybone. It's short, but it gets the job done. Just like...oh, never mind.




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If you crave logical, tightly plotted and realistically gritty crime fiction, wow, are you in the wrong place! Pierce Hitler is a one-eyed, slovenly and not precisely human private dick whose bizarrely random methods rely more on ridiculous chance than anything resembling methodical professionalism. The six stories in this 20,000-word collection are absurdly amusing, surrealistically strange and delightfully dadaesque. If Dashiell Hammett received a blow to the head with a pipe wrench, if Raymond Chandler had a brain parasite or if James M. Cain got an ice-pick lobotomy, they may have ended up writing stories like these. Or they may have shaved off all of their body hair and become circus acrobats. Hard to say, really. In an oddly touching and anecdote-filled afterword, Dawson recalls the legendary personage who inspired these deranged diversions: one-of-a-kind fellow writer Pierce Askegren.




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In this twisted psychological suspense thriller, viciously cynical entertainment journalist Jimmy Mickelberry is a failed former actor who is worried he may turn out to be just as bad as his very evil twin. His secretly psychotic brother Timmy was the overindulged child star of a top-rated sitcom before getting shot to death at age 18. Jimmy has kept his own antisocial tendencies under control in the decade since then, until an irresistible opportunity to start acting on his criminal impulses presents itself in the unlikeliest of places. Smart, nasty and with a blacker-than-midnight sense of humor, "Hollywood Eclipse" also includes a serial killer known as the Hollywood Vampire, a veteran Oscar winner with a secret and a movie-junket side trip to Hawaii that's no day at the beach.




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A violently psychotic Confederate soldier from a nightmarish 19th-century asylum is thrown forward in time to present-day Virginia, where he terrorizes a small town that's holding a week-long Civil War celebration. This twisted mix of outrageously deranged horror and absurdly deadpan humor pits a murderous madman with a Fayetteville musket against a married sheriff whose deputy girlfriend is a former hooker, a state trooper too dumb to know how to button his shirt, an FBI agent who shows up in the state by accident and a group of bloodthirsty militia members in a monster pick-up truck. And what the Rebel Hell do three tight-lipped Korean businessmen have to do with all of this?




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CHOP HOUSE: Unsettling Stories


Horrors dwell in the century-old tenement known to locals in its very bad neighborhood as CHOP HOUSE. It's definitely not a nice place to visit, and you absolutely wouldn't want to live there.

The disturbingly grim, darkly grotesque and sometimes downright gross short stories in this nearly 50,000-word collection feature characters ranging from an infant with an inappropriate appetite ("I Think Something's Wrong With the Baby") to an elderly, amputated and infested hag ("The Monster"). Other tales include a vengeance-minded prostitute ("The Red Hand"); a trio of unsuspecting trick-or-treaters ("Now and Later"); a deranged and very demanding dancer ("Fingerpoppin'"); an insecticide-contaminated maniac ("The Golden Man"); a cruelly victimized vet ("Hasn't Got One"); a drug dealer with an overly concerned mother ("That Boy"); a former DJ whose attempt at good grooming will be the death of him ("Weirdbeard") and a terminal patient facing an unwelcome afterlife ("Death Soup").

The perfect before-bedtime book for those who want to wake up screaming, "CHOP HOUSE" is soon to be a major motion picture -- if Satan and Cthulhu team up to form Devilu Productions, that is.




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In this psychological suspense novel set in 1995 Hollywood, a would-be television writer who can't catch a break goes slumming by selling a quickie porn script. His resulting obsession with a manipulative adult-video actress leads to sex, death and a brutal quest for vengeance. "Wasted Talents" is erotic, tragic, funny, shocking...and hotter than hell!

(Originally published in 2001, this 2011 e-book edition features the revised and expanded preferred text.)





Every word of this adults only, 10,000-word, 21-chapter masterpiece is the "F" word. The book's introduction and epilogue? More of the same. Fuck, fuck and more fuck.

That means this one-of-a-kind wonder would make a great gag gift, a cleverly rude insult or even a very special romantic present for a certain someone who needs a not very subtle hint about what you will be expecting to receive in return. Or you could amuse yourself by substituting your own words for the ones here, using the same number of them, the same syntax and the same punctuation, to come up with a book that's a bit more creative than this outrageously indecent oddity.

This lazy-ass excuse for a book probably sets a new record for the most uses of the "F" word in one place. Also, it has a very nice cover.



About the Author

James Dawson has written more than 400 fiction and non-fiction pieces that have appeared in places ranging from the Los Angeles Times to Penthouse Forum to the Marvel Comics "Ultimate Silver Surfer" anthology. (How's that for range?) In addition to news, reviews, essays, articles, ad copy and a comic strip, Dawson has written humor, horror, SF and fantasy. A list of the more than 1,000 movie reviews he has written since July 2000 for various markets appears at backrowreviews.com.



Art Gallery

Artist extraordinaire Otis Sweat did 29 fantastic illustrations for stories of mine that appeared in Gent, Petite, Plumpers, Leg Scene and Nugget magazines. You can see a gallery of all those masterworks here:

The Otis Sweat/James Dawson Gallery

One of my favorites was his painting for "Hang Two," which perfectly captured the over-the-top outrageousness and cartoonish humor of that sensationally stacked surfer-girl saga. Behold its wonders here:

Otis Sweat's "Hang Two" Artwork

And Click Here for the Homepage of
Otis Sweat's SweatErotica.com Website





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