Hot off the Net

Hot off the Net

by Russ Kick
     
 
A new communication medium is revolutionizing erotic writing. A new breed of self-published authors has emerged. Talented, daring, and dangerous, these renegade sex writers ignore the unspoken rules of the erotic publishing industry. They push the sexual envelope to bursting. Taboo subject matter. Brutal honesty and candor. Experimental forms and styles, from

Overview

A new communication medium is revolutionizing erotic writing. A new breed of self-published authors has emerged. Talented, daring, and dangerous, these renegade sex writers ignore the unspoken rules of the erotic publishing industry. They push the sexual envelope to bursting. Taboo subject matter. Brutal honesty and candor. Experimental forms and styles, from personal confessions to the most outlandish fantasies!

Author Biography: Editor Russ Kick is the author of several other compendiums of underground culture, Outposts (1995), Psychotropedia (1998), and You Are Being Lied To: The Disinformation Guide To Media Distortion, Historical Whitewashes & Cultural Myths (2001).

Editorial Reviews

QSM New & Hot Catalogue
Here are 32 pieces from the horniest and most articulate denizens of the Net, covering just about any perversion you can imagine SM is well represented, but there`s lots more: anonymous encounters, transsexual leather daddies and mommies, pissgames on a Turkish beach, a man who fucks a pair of horny dolphins — these are only a few of the treats in store for you There`s a transcript of a chat room session between two vampires, `The Unborn` and `Gash Girl` There are poems of all kinds — serious, funny, and full of angst There`s a special appendix on fan fiction, including X-rated fantasies for Star Trek and X-Files characters By the time you finish this book, you may find yourself with some new interests!
Raindog
Now this Is adult fiction There are thirty-two works here, mostly stories, some poetry, ALL smoldering erotica Sex stories, but not all fuck stories Some stories have no sex/intimacy in them and they still STEAM Some are nothing but slammin', jammin' parts, while others are frank and honest Some are even post-porn-modern! It is a comprehensive cross-section of the best of the Internet, that arena where, for the price of admission, anything goes, and anyone can be a star At least until your webpage host finds out and cancels your sorry syberass The beauty and horror of the Internet is that you can get anything you want (not to mention a whole lot of stuff you don't want as long as you are willing to be somewhat experimental and open-minded And it's pretty much a no-holds-barred situation, which gives everyone a chance to make complete fools of themselves at one time or another So too with sex writing on the Net When it's bad, it's really horrid, but when it's good, oh, baby, watch out! So if you are curious (yellow — a torrid movie from thirty years ago, I suggest that you get a copy of this book It has a complete listing of the URLs (web addresses from which thiese stories were culled, as well as a nice appendix on FanFic, a stylized type of writing that takes known movie and TV plots and makes them kinky, if not downright explicit! An excellent job!
Onan the Vulgarian
A book I saw promoted recently is tatalizingly titled *When Christ Comes* It immediately sent my imagination zooming out in various directions, only for me to reel it back in, on sudden fear of the possibility of random lightning strikes A more promising book for readers of this column is *Hot Off the Net: Erotica and Other Sex Writings from the Internet* This chicken-soup-for-the-libido melange of fiction, nonfiction, philosophy and poetry embraces all sexualities and nearly every imaginable way to get off Though you can find all this stuff online, editor Russ Kick has saved you the time and trouble, and thrown in all the URLs — plus several dozen more, in case you want to compile your own collection.
Details Magazine
The decentralization of power and authority we see in government, on the Internet, and in our communities is rapidly happening in publishing, too Guys like Russ Kick will not only help us navigate the chaos, but will remind us that getting your mind regularly blown is a healthy and liberating act.
Details
The decentralization of power and authority we see in government, on the Internet, and in our communities is rapidly happening in publishing, too Guys like Russ Kick will not only help us navigate the chaos, but will remind us that getting your mind regularly blown is a healthy and liberating act.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781892723000
Publisher:
Black Books
Publication date:
03/28/2002
Series:
Erotica/Sexuality/Fiction Anthology/Internet Culture
Pages:
238
Product dimensions:
5.42(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.52(d)

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