Today in CCLaP’s essay series on subversive erotic classics, “The NSFW Files,” Karl Wolff looks at Petronius’s first-century AD ribald romp through the Roman Empire, “The Satyricon.” Continue reading The NSFW Files: The Satyricon by Petronius
Today at CCLaP, Karl Wolff introduces his new essay series for 2013, “The NSFW Files,” which over the rest of this year will investigate the historical and literary worth of erotica through the ages, from ancient Rome to modern times. Continue reading CCLaP Fridays: A new essay series, The NSFW Files
Issue #1 of CCLaP’s new monthly magazine is finally here! Click through for all the details, lots of screenshots, and a chance to download it for free. Continue reading CCLaP Journal #1 is here!
This week at CCLaP I review Mania! by Ronald KL Collins and David M. Skover, which looks at the history of the Beat Generation through the lens of free speech. Continue reading CCLaP Fridays: Mania! by Ronald K.L. Collins and David M. Skover
Recently I reviewed Seth Kaufman’s “reality TV novel” The King of Pain over on CCLaP. We discuss literature, TV, reading, and The Jersey Shore’s responsibility for the cultural apocalypse. Continue reading An Interview with Seth Kaufman