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Home Wrecker: An Adultery Reader

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Homewrecker: An Adultery Reader is the world's first literary anthology about sneaking and cheating, getting caught and getting laid, and even having your heart broken just when you thought you were safe. Major shapers of contemporary writing share space with fresh talent, each with a different take on desire and its aftermath. Stephen Elliott remembers the dominatrix who two-timed him with a square, while Lori Selke spins steamy erotica about just how quickly queer marriage can degenerate into queer extramarital...
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Overview

Homewrecker: An Adultery Reader is the world's first literary anthology about sneaking and cheating, getting caught and getting laid, and even having your heart broken just when you thought you were safe. Major shapers of contemporary writing share space with fresh talent, each with a different take on desire and its aftermath. Stephen Elliott remembers the dominatrix who two-timed him with a square, while Lori Selke spins steamy erotica about just how quickly queer marriage can degenerate into queer extramarital activity. Neal Pollack recalls the early days of the Internet when anything seemed possible - even destroying the marriages of people you've never met - while Matthue Roth wonders if it's possible to cheat on God. Cris Mazza, Susannah Breslin, Kevin Sampsell, Gina Frangello, Merri Lisa Johnson, and nineteen other writers prove that here there are no victims, no villains, and no innocent bystanders. Only lovers, with all the responsibility the word implies.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781932360936
  • Publisher: Soft Skull Press, Inc.
  • Publication date: 9/9/2005
  • Pages: 184
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.35 (h) x 0.55 (d)

Table of Contents

Let's just get this out in the open 9
How to have an affair 11
How to commit adultery 17
The business of leaving 19
Laurel 29
After hours 33
All the bad stuff 41
Cuck(h)olding a stranger 55
The blind tiger of love 63
Homewreckers 65
Sex and the married dyke 73
Break-up sex 79
The other man 81
Protection 87
Stalking God 89
Making adultery work 109
Animal husbandry 113
Chicken 115
The paraphilia odes 129
Confessions of a dial-up gigolo 133
The art of rebound 139
Change the world 141
The sixteen parts 157
Miniature bridges, your mouth 167
Beating around the burning bush 169
Belonging impossible, longing all there is 175
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