Women Who Run with the Werewolves: Tales of Blood, Lust and Metamorphosis.
Pittsburgh, Cleis Press. 1996, First Edition. (ISBN: 1573440574) Soft Cover. 167 pp, 8 7/16" H. "Like the femme fatale, the female werewolf is dangerous and alluring, often using her sexuality to destroy men. But while the vampire employs seduction to capture her prey, the werewolf is most often associated with raw lust and animal instinct. Her desires literally turn her into an animal. From the editor of 'Daughters of Darkness' and 'Dark Angels', (this book) features tales by: Ursula K. Le Guin, Renee M. Charles, Suzy McKee Charnas, Melanie Tem, Charlee Jacob, Thomas S. Roche, and more!" Contents: Introduction; Permafrost; Boobs; Moon Running; A Model of Transformation; The Final Truth; The Wife's Story; Teamwork; Sisters of the Weird; The Change; Euphorbia Helioscopia; The Hound of God; Visitation; A Wilder Truth; Breaking the Circle; Wilding; About the Authors; About the Editor. Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - very light edge wear/rubbing, one small corner crease on front cover, tiny corner crease on rear cover, thin shallow dint to top of textblock. Very Good-.
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Keywords: Michael W. Lucas, Melanie Tem, Werewolves, Lust, Animal Instinct, Erotica, Sexuality, Metamorphosis, Women in Fiction, Short Stories, Anthologies. 1573440574