Author: Sheldon Lord

21 Gay Street

21 Gay Street

When Joyce Kendall arrives in New York, fresh out of Clifton College in Iowa, she has a job and an apartment waiting for her. The job’s as a first reader for Armageddon Publications. The apartment’s at 21 Gay Street, and the small Federal-period house is already home to a lesbian couple, Jean Fitzgerald and Terri Leigh, and an out-of-work newspaperman, Pete Galton. More info →
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Candy

Candy

Jeff Flanders has a perfectly good life. Until Candace Cain sashays into it and turns it upside-down.. More info →
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April North

April North

Danny Duncan drives his father’s Oldsmobile. It's a nice respectable family sedan, and April North is every bit as respectable as the car. Until he manages to get her into the back seat. Now she's no longer a good girl, but only Danny know it, and he can keep a secret, can’t he? More info →
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Carla

Carla

Carla was my first published novel. More info →
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A Strange Kind of Love

A Strange Kind of Love

I’d no sooner finished CARLA, my first book for Midwood Tower, than Harry Shorten asked for another. I’d just returned to Antioch College, where after two years as an undistinguished student I’d dropped out for a year to hang on to a summer job at Scott Meredith’s literary agency and bucket shop. More info →
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Community of Women

Community of Women

Sheldon Lord began his career with CARLA (#5 in the Collection of Classic Erotica),published by Harry Shorten’s Midwood Books in 1958. Just about a year later he wrote CAMPUS TRAMP (CCL #7) for William Hamling’s Nightstand Books, for whom he’d morphed into Andrew Shaw. More info →
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Born to Be Bad

Born to Be Bad

When I decided to reissue my early books in the Collection of Classic Erotica, I did so without realizing what I was getting myself into. I would have to read them again.Or, as in the case of BORN TO BE BAD, I’d have to read them for the first time. More info →
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Of Shame and Joy

Of Shame and Joy

I remember where and when I wrote the book, although I can’t say I recall much of the writing, or indeed of the book itself. It would have been in the late summer or fall of 1959. More info →
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A Woman Must Love

A Woman Must Love

A WOMAN MUST LOVE is #12 in the Collection of Classic Erotica, and it’s never been reissued since Midwood brought it out in 1960. Consequently I’ve just read it for the first time since I wrote it some 57 years ago. More info →
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Kept

Kept

So you’re unemployed, fresh off a construction crew in Albany, and standing on a Thruway ramp trying to thumb a ride, and a babe in a Cadillac convertible stops for you. Hey, these things happen. More info →
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69 Barrow Street

69 Barrow Street

Two innocents fall prey to a woman whose beauty bewitches—and destroys More info →
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A Diet of Treacle

A Diet of Treacle

A vintage tale of lust and drugs in Greenwich Village More info →
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