Panty by Sangeeta Bandyopadhyay

Darkly glamorous and fiercely erotic heroines take the centre stage in these two novellas. Exposing our darkest desires and deepest fears when it comes to love, the effect of Sangeeta Bandyopadhyay’s ferocious storytelling is deliciously anarchic and deeply unsettling.

Love, Inshallah by Ayesha Mattu & Nura Maznavi

In this groundbreaking collection, 25 American Muslim writers sweep aside stereotypes to share their search for love openly for the first time, showing just how varied the search for love can be – from singles’ events and online dating, to college flirtations and arranged marriages.

Blue: The Tranquebar Press Book Of Erotic Stories From Sri Lanka edited by Ameena Hussein

Sri Lanka’s first collection of 16 scorching stories that evoke a world of heady sensuality and offer a veritable smorgasboard of spicy fantasies.

The Parrots of Desire edited by Amrita Narayanan

In The Parrots of Desire, the modern reader, to whom the anthology is dedicated, will find a wealth of Indian erotic writing—beyond the famously unbridled passages of the Kama Sutra and Koka Shastra. What emerges from the dozens of pieces in this volume can be called the ‘core’ of Indian erotica.

A Pleasant Kind of Heavy and Other Erotic Stories by Aranyani

Bold, sensuous and unabashedly erotic, these nine stories announce the arrival of an electrifying new talent a writer who will take you on a wild, shocking and seductive exploration of the human body and psyche.

Desilicious by The Masala Trois Collective

Desilicious is a wide-ranging compilation of literature about sex and sexuality by writers of South Asian descent: a medley of arousing and thematically innovative fiction, poetry, and essays, spiced for mature appetites only. The Masala Trois Collective, a group that aims to confront stereotypes about South Asian sexuality, challenge taboos and test boundaries, and turn on readers.

Close, Too Close: The Tranquebar Book of Queer Erotica edited by Meenu and Shruthi

Pleasure, desire, bondage; intimacy, affection, sheer revelry; fear, uncertainty, discomfort the myriad expressions of the erotic are revealed in the first South Asian anthology of its sort.