Tag Archive: erotica

“My Wet Hot Drone Summer: New Lovers #4,” by Lex Brown @ NYRB

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If “My Wet Hot Drone Summer” by Lex Brown is any indication of the quality Badlands Unlimited brings to the literary erotica market, then they are off to a great start.

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The NSFW Files reviewed by Roxy Katt

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he erotica writer Roxy Katt reviews my essay collection, The NSFW Files.

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The NSFW Files … Last of the Hypermodern Editions

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The NSFW Files will be one of the last titles offered by CCLaP in a handmade Hypermodern edition. Get ’em while they’re hot!

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The NSFW Files: Matriarchy: Freedom in Bondage, by Malcolm McKesson

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This week Karl Wolff reviews, “Matriarchy: Freedom in Bondage,” by Malcolm McKesson for the penultimate installment of his essay series, The NSFW Files.

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CCLaP Fridays: Swing, by Miasha

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This week Karl Wolff reviews “Swing,” by Miasha, an erotic thriller about four couples who frequent an Atlanta swinger club

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The NSFW Files: “The Ages of Lulu,” by Almudena Grandes

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This week Karl Wolff continues his essay series, The NSFW Files, with “The Ages of Lulu,” by Almudena Grandes, a Spanish novel from 1989 exploring one woman’s erotic compulsions during the reign of dictator Francisco Franco.

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The NSFW Files: The Piano Teacher, by Elfriede Jelinek

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In my latest installment of the NSFW Files, I discuss The Piano Teacher, by Elfriede Jelinek, a relentless attack on the human species by the controversial Austrian Nobel Laureate.

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The NSFW Files: Ada, or Ardor: a Family Chronicle, by Vladimir Nabokov

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This week Karl Wolff continues his essay series, The NSFW Files, with “Ada, or Ardor: a Family Chronicle,” by Vladimir Nabokov, an erotic tale of incest set in an alternate historical timeline.

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CCLaP Fridays: Pervert, by Mr. If

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This week at CCLaP Karl Wolff reviews “Pervert,” by Mr. If, a confrontational erotic memoir of sorts that hocks a gobbet of spit at everything proper and polite in the United Kingdom.

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The NSFW Files: The Image, by Jean de Berg

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This week in my ongoing essay series, I take a look at The Image, by Jean de Berg, a work of minimalist eroticism.

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