Tag Archive: NSFW Files

“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 new CCLaP 2015 catalog and introducing 2 new imprints!

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The Chicago Center for Literature and Photography just published their new catalog for 2015. Not only that, CCLaP will be launching 2 new imprints this year!

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Driftless Area Review Metapost

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Guest blogging opportunities, my new book, and the Ada Roundtable cancellation.

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The Ada Roundtable: An Open Call for Panelists

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I am looking for panelists to participate in a literary roundtable focusing on various aspects of Ada. Everything from family relations to literary history to the postmodernist project can be discussed and explored. For panelists, the prerequisites are comically low. Have you read the book? If you’ve answered yes to that question, then you can be on the panel.

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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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The NSFW Files: “Our Lady of the Flowers,” by Jean Genet

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This week at the Chicago Center for Literature and Photography, I review Our Lady of the Flowers, by Jean Genet, about a drag queen hanging around with criminals and murderers in pre-World War 2 Paris, along with being a classic of the Western Canon.

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Driftless Area Review Metapost

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A general update on the business of the Driftless Area Review blog.

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NSFW Files: Gynecocracy, by Viscount Ladywood

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This week at CCLaP, I investigate Gynecocracy, by Viscount Ladywood for the NSFW Files. In the novel, a wayward aristocratic man gets a stern lesson in forced feminization and the proper wearing of a corset. Who knew the Victorian era was so naughty?

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The NSFW Files: The Satyricon by Petronius

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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.”

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CCLaP Fridays: A new essay series, The NSFW Files

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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.

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