Category Archives: Book Reviews

Here it is! This Thing We Call Sex: A Radically Sensible Look at Sex in America

If you know me at all, you have already heard about This Thing We Call Sex. If you don’t but are interested in the topics I tend to write about, this will still be good news. The book I have … Continue reading

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First Anniversary of Sex and Death in the world: Virtual Book Launch Reposted

I am reposting the launch videos in honor of the first anniversary of Sex and Death as a real-live-book-in-the-world-with-pages-and-everything. In honor of this occasion I am going to do it up by hitting the Editor’s Guild Pot Luck. For the rest of … Continue reading

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Book Review: These Things I Know

To prepare you all for my interview with the author and the e-book going free on Amazon Friday and Saturday, I am posting my review to get you good and ready.Note the front cover…the original and haunting image…note the blurb by Phil Jourdan (LitReactor co-founder who recently spoke at … Continue reading

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I Finally Got It Up! Male Sexuality…the long awaited review

                                                      –Google Books“This is a book about the value of understanding. It assumes that when we oversimplify male sexuality or demonize any form of it, everyone suffers. It assumes that when men understand themselves, they feel less shame, and that when … Continue reading

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Check out the latest review of Sex & Death to go live

In another week or so I expect to be posting the link to the interview (complete with photos) I did with Brad Nehring of Seattleite magazine.Until then, here is a new perspective on my novel from Nikki McCormack, a popular blogger and local writer who hardly … Continue reading

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Why Marco Vassi is so Important

Marco Vassi is the most innovative writer, thinker, storyteller and human I have come across in my reading life. My review of The Stoned Apocalypse sums up my thoughts on this pretty well. Reading this book was the first time I felt my … Continue reading

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Thoughts on a recent “Dirty Books” article in GQ, a plug for Marco Vassi, and a bit of insecurity

It has gotten to the point that people know enough about me and my particular interests that they send me all sorts of wonderful random bits: articles about porn stars, books on male sexuality, photographs that display sex in a … Continue reading

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Book Review: Blood by Jack Remick

I’ve been trying to get this review up since I finished Blood several months ago. The book covered so much and has so many layered parts to it, I will never do justice to the experience. I would love to … Continue reading

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Book Review: Praise of Motherhood

As a way to prepare the reader I offer a quick summary from the back of the book: Psychoanalysis, poetry, and confession all merge to tell the story of an ordinary woman whose death turned her into a symbol for … Continue reading

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Kerry Cohen’s Loose Girl: Part 2

SM: Loose Girl is a necessary book because it addresses a side of female sexuality that I have hardly heard talked about so honestly, and definitely not this fairly to the guy’s side. In my own search for ways to … Continue reading

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