"Smart, taboo-breaking SF!" —Locus Here are riveting as well as arousing tales of technology and desire, and arousal and innovation ... told in an engaging and evocative style guaranteed to amaze as well as excite. Down and out hustlers, enhanced sex workers, enigmatic aliens, bleeding edge erotic technologies, and more — The Bachelor Machine is a unique vision of the future, while celebrating humanity's oldest pleasure ... sex! "There are only two people in the world I envy. One is the late Roger Zelazny, whose talent for an almost jazz improvisational way of writing I could never match. The other is M. Christian, for writing exactly what I’d write if only I could get off my ass. Which is to say, raunchy hallucinatory sexfuture dreams that never fail to arouse me and kick me in the gut at the same time." —Cecilia Tan "M.Christian is one hell of a writer. A no-holds-barred storyteller, he embraces his reader at the start and doesn’t let go until long after the end." —Mari Adkins, Apex Publications "There is an uncommon variety of material in here, from cyberpunk to space opera, alternative history to dystopia. The science-fictional settings are manifold, as are the sexual positions and inclinations — there’s something in this book for everyone." —Johann Carlisle, Future Fire Calling M.Christian versatile is a tremendous understatement. Extensively published in science fiction, fantasy, horror, thrillers, erotica, and even non-fiction, M.Christian has become an acknowledged master, with more than 400 to his credit. M.Christian is known and respected not just for his passion on the page but also his staggering imagination and chameleonic ability to successfully and convincingly write for any and all orientations. M.Christian's short fiction has been collected into many bestselling books in a wide variety of genres, including the Lambda Award finalist Dirty Words, Love without Gun Control, Body Work, Welcome to Weirdsville, and erotic science fiction including Rude Mechanicals, Technorotica, and Skin Effect.
|Publication date||Jan 3, 2017|
|Reading time (minutes)||15|
|Reading format||Short Story|