The Underside of the Snake is a collection of poetry and short fiction that explores eroticism from a perspective of both humor and pathos. Too often, sex is seen as a grim, over-serious activity, devoid of humorous potential-and this is a shame, because sex is both awkward and fun. The discomfort is often a source of unintentional hilarity. The author treats her subject with a sense of excitement and poignancy, each tale carrying sexual episodes nestled in the emotional and sometimes unfulfilling sides of life. The Underside of the Snake is a book that is sure to titillate its readers as they travel through many juicy sexual encounters.
|Publisher:||Red Ferret Press|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.27(d)|
About the Author
Leah Mueller is a writer who resides in western Washington. Her work has been featured in Cultured Vultures, Bop Dead City, Quail Bell, Typoetic, Talking Soup, Silver Birch Press, Semaphore, MaDCap, The Rain, Party, and Disaster Society, and many others. Leah's chapbook, "Queen of Dorksville" was published in 2012 by Crisis Chronicles Press. Leah's new book of poetry and prose, entitled "Allergic to Everything" is forthcoming from Writing Knights Press in the fall. Leah was a featured reader and poet in July 2015 at the New York Poetry Festival, and a 2012 winner in the Wergle Flomp humor poetry contest, sponsored annually by Winning Writers. She enjoys sunflowers, lucid dreaming, and anything water-related.