978-1-931391-30-6 / 9781931391306

How to Read/Write a Dirty Story




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About the book:

Susie Bright, the best-selling editor and founder of The Best American Erotica series, has finally written the complete guide for people who like to read, write, publish, and think about sex. With her impeccable credentials in the field of sexual social studies and literature, (The Boston Phoenix) Bright offers the ultimate manifesto for the erotic literati. For Erotic Writers:

What is Your Sexual Story?

Creating Sexual Characters

Steamy Plots

How to Mix Sex with Other Genres

Up-to-Date Resources for Erotic Authors For Erotic Readers:

Is This is a Stroke Book, or is This Art?

The Erotic Readers Bill of Rights

The Good Parts

Susies Erotic Reference Library For Erotic Thinkers:

Is Writing Sex Better than Having Sex?

The Similarities Between Erotica and Pornography

Sex and Violence

Erotic Burn-out For Erotic Publishers:

A Devils Argument Against Publishing

Finding the Perfect Editor

Money Money Money

Big-Time, Small Press, and Internet Publishing

Fan Clubs, Book Tours, and Book Reviews With candor and humor, Bright tells her own explicit adventures in erotic publishing, from the creative inspiration to the nitty-gritty economics. She offers provocative exercises for writers and readers alike to hone their writing and critical skills, as well as opening up the whole treasure chest of erotic literature and history. Heres a guide that will teach you not only how to read and write a dirty story, but also how to recognize the most powerful insights of the erotica experience.

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