Kinkorama's Hot Contents Include: This Little Piggy: Foot Fetishism / Sticks and Stones: Verbal Abuse / Acting With Restraint: Bondage / Ouch! Pain Play / Welcome to the Woodshed: Punishment Scenes / That's SIR to You: Masters and Slaves / The Son Also Rises: Daddy-Boy Sex / Lending a Hand: Fisting and Other Extreme Sex ...and, as they say, much much more.....

Publishers Weekly says:
"A vivid patchwork of keen observations of human sexuality...
A collection of first-person postcards from the outer edge of sexuality, these candid, insightful essays recount the author's journey into the covert, subterranean world of gay male fetishism. Sheppard, a sex advice columnist and co-editor of the erotic anthologies Rough Stuff and Roughed Up, offers an everyman approach to public sex, fisting, bondage, S&M parties and leather contests--all the usual, predictable suspects for this erotic subgenre. But it's the author's unapologetic moxie when confessing his preferences (on foot play: no athlete's foot, but feet ripe with a "natural tang doesn't hurt") and embarrassing first-times (on verbal abuse: be creative and steer clear of the "cliche-filled highway of homophobia") that makes this collection so winning (for adventurous readers, anyway)."

The San Francisco Bay Guardian says:
"Sheppard is full of great philosophical insights...
but it's the moments of startling sweetness and compassion that stay with you. You won't learn to tie a fancy knot from this book, but Sheppard imparts a hard-won understanding of both sidesof the top-bottom and sub-dom dynamics, which may be more valuable to kinksters...A good-natured, reader-friendly book about the secret fellowship of gay erotic explorers...full of little moments of togetherness in the underworld."

The Bay Area Reporter says:
"Sheppard stands out because he writes for the thinking person...but his witty, conversational style is never pretentious...For the uninitiated but interested, Kinkorama is a good introduction to the world of the gay underground sex culture. For those who have been there, it's a thoughtful look at a world that many do not make the effort to think about. Sheppard proves to be an engaging guide."