Category Archives: Reading

Are You Going? Tomorrow. Are You Going?

There is still time to get advance tickets to David Steinberg’s talk at the Foundation for Sex Positive Culture tomorrow night, Thursday April 2nd at 7:30 pm. Event Details: April 2, 2015 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm  Free signing … Continue reading

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Author Interview: Jim McNeely

I think art is the only thing that’s spiritual in the world. And I refuse to be forced to believe in other people’s interpretations of God. I don’t think anybody should be. No one person can own the copyright to … 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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Author Interview: Jessica Karbowiak—In Praise of the Little Fish

                                             Jessica Karbowiak is an author I know through working with Pink Fish Press. I am happy for the fact that I had no say in publication decisions or the editorial process, nor do I have any financial stake … 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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In Favor of the Sensitive Man

                                                            When I read Michael Bader’s book, Male Sexuality, Why Women Don’t Understand It and Men Don’t Either, I found validation for my need to understand men. This post serves as a precursor to my review of his book. The story below … Continue reading

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Official Sex and Death Book Trailer…Again!!!

I am reposting this in honor of temporary new pricing of Sex and Death in the American Novel. Beginning Friday March 22nd through Wednesday March 27th, you can download the e-book for 99 cents on Amazon. You cannot put a price on Art. The … Continue reading

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Author Interview: Jesse James Freeman

After hours spent trading pictures of canoes on twitter and facebook, I finally got to meet—in person– Jesse James Freeman at a golf club in Snoqualmie Washington. First I was struck by his incredible size. Next I was struck by … 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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