Queer Werewolves Destroy Capitalism
In the title tale, pack of werewolves year through downtown Toronto to protest the cruel treatment of workers, led by a werewolf and witch couple who are equally passionate about the cause and each other. But this brief collection of short erotic stories doesn’t stop there.
From charnel landscapes to queer utopias, from the crepuscular cruising grounds of 19th century Paris to the urban werewolf hunting grounds of 21st century Toronto, from the tender to the consentacled, these tales of unapolagetically queer, unabashedly smutty speculative fiction will thrill, titillate, and delight.
Capitalists beware — queer werewolves are on the hunt for you! And once they’re done feasting on the flesh of billionaires, they’ll find themselves hungry for flesh of a whole different kind. Heated, consensual, and erotic, Queer Werewolves Destroy Capitalism is a collection of smoldering male/male erotic short stories.
Originally published as a limited-edition zine, the titular story centers around a werewolf & witch couple fighting back against the oppressive government and corporations of Toronto. Using the calling card “Queer Werewolves Destroy Capitalism,” the pack tears through downtown Toronto to protest the cruel treatment of werewolves and rage against the corporations that oppose living wages and humane treatment of workers. But there’s always time for a bit of sexy stress relief with your partner.
This book was originally published by Microcosm Publishing, and is a part of their Queering Consent series. Sexy, capitalism defying adventures take you around the galaxy in this debut collection of five steamy erotic stories by MJ Lyons.
Queer Werewolves Destroy Capitalism by MJ Lyons. Paperback. 128 pages.
MJ Lyons (@queer_mikey) is a writer, bookstore professional, and game maker. His debut novel, Murder at the World’s Fair, was published by Renaissance Press in June 2019. He has also written for dozens of publications, including a five-year-long column with a colleague on lesser known LGBT history, History Boys. Other publishing credits include his short story, “To kill in a god,” in Clockwork Cairo: Steampunk Tales of Egypt, and a chapbook of speculative fiction short stories, Temple of Cats. He manages the bookstore side of Glad Day Bookshop and lives in Toronto with his goblin of a cat.
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