Loose Lips: Fanfiction Parodies of Great (and Terrible) Literature from the Smutty Stage of Shipwreck

Loose Lips: Fanfiction Parodies of Great (and Terrible) Literature from the Smutty Stage of Shipwreck

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ISBN-13: 9781455566426
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
Publication date: 09/27/2016
Pages: 304
Product dimensions: 5.40(w) x 8.20(h) x 0.90(d)

About the Author

Casey A. Childers is a men's lifestyle editor by trade, co-creator of Shipwreck, and a producer of WRITE CLUB San Francisco. He is the author of the novel Bear Season and the short fiction collection Pictures of the Floating World, She Said, and I Pretended to Understand. He lives in San Francisco, has three children, and is loved by all he meets.

Amy Stephenson is a curly-haired human female and lipstick enthusiast who prefers whiskey. She's Booksmith's social media maven, the emcee of an untold quantity of literary events, and a sort of dry bartender for everyone who wants to tell her what the 60s were like. She's Shipwreck's co-creator and emcee, and a writer for Hoodline's Upper Haight channel, which was voted Best News Site in Best of the Bay (RIP) 2014. She tweets at @LoserTakesAll and for @Booksmith.

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Loose Lips: Fanfiction Parodies of Great (and Terrible) Literature from the Smutty Stage of Shipwreck 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
toniFMAMTC More than 1 year ago
This wasn't really what I was expecting. I've read some fanfiction, but what little I've read before was different from this. If you are really into fanfic and dirty jokes, this may be something for you. I was unable to get into because it seemed like the goal was to be as ridiculous as possible. The introduction explained that this collection is actually stories from a group that gets together and acts the scenes out with props and everything. I imagine it's much funnier in person with the visuals and a group of friends feeding off of each others laughs. Maybe something necessary is lost in plain page format, or maybe it just isn't my thing.