Our debut anthology. A collection of fiction, nonfiction and poetry about, well, exactly what it sounds like. Some are serious, some humorous, some deal with sexuality, some are feminist, some are erotic, and some deal with the medical and anatomical aspects of the penis. It's an eclectic mix that we hope will surprise you.
On 24 Nov 2021, we celebrated the 2-year anniversary of Stories About Penises with readings by five contributors - Alex Carrigan, Anthony DiPietro, Liam Hogan, Molly McLellan and Thaddeus Rutkowski - and some provocative chit chat. You can watch the video on our blog.
"Stories About Penises is a witty, energetic, honest and insightful collection of fiction, non-fiction and poetry that dazzles with every turn of the page. If you want humor, you'll get it here. If you want philosophical meditations on sexuality, you'll get it. Most of all, if you want compelling writing that's been thoughtfully collected... on a topic both taboo and pervasive... this anthology is for you." — Nate Ragolia, publisher and author of There You Feel Free and The Retroactivist.
Liam Hogan reads from 'Better Babies' in Stories About Penises
Reader extraordinaire, Liam Hogan is an award winning short story writer, with stories in Best of British Science Fiction 2016, and Best of British Fantasy 2018 (NewCon Press).
We had three wonderful events in London during Nov/Dec 2019 - The Poetry Cafe, The Word Bookshop and Goldsmiths College - with many contributors reading their work. Here's the list of Stories About Penises contributors:
Gerry Marsh, Catherine Edmunds, Ann Rawson, Liam Hogan, Adem Ay, Alex Carrigan, Christina Lovin, Gayelene Carbis, Thaddeus Rutkowski, Edward Apeldoorn, Matt Dennison, Shringi Kumari, Sarah Evans, Molly McLellan, Tobsha Learner, Anthony DiPietro, Benton Lenz, Drew Pisarra, Thom Schwarz & Kathleen Lawrence.
'Stories About Penises' book launch event at The Word bookshop.
Cathy Edmunds, reading of 'Stories About Penises' at The Poetry Café
Shringi Kumari, reading of 'Stories About Penises' at The Poetry Café
Reading at Goldsmiths, University of London.