Hot Superheroes, Hipster Virgins, New Lovers and Dirty NY Stories May 1

May 1, People’s Lounge, 163 Allen St., 7:00 pm, FREE

Pablo Greene, author of How to Kill a Superhero, will read from his latest work in the How to Kill a Superhero series.

Never heard of superhero fetish? Then it’s time you met author Pablo Greene, who’s leading the genre with his four-book series How to Kill a Superhero. The books tell the story of Roland, who must learn to harness the powers of The Golden Man, whose secrets are found in an occult book by the same name. The series has been dazzling fans of gay men’s erotica, as well as readers of fantasy and sci fi. How to Kill a Superhero has been featured at International Mister Leather,Southeast Black and Blue, the Leather Archives & Museum, Dart’s Domain, No Safeword and Ropecast. The first two books are available now, and book three releases in 2015. This spring he will also publish a new spinoff novella set in the universe of the series. For more info, visit howtokillasuperhero.net

Here’s a link to his last reading at Between the Covers.  http://howtokillasuperhero.net/blog/2015/1/5/between-the-covers-reading-january-
First time erotica writer Wednesday Black reads from the erotic novella How to Train Your Virgin. An otherworldly queen sets out to deflower some hipster virgins when she learns her realm (and her marriage) might depend on it. MSNBC called How to Train Your Virgin “Smut for smart People’. And Vogue called it “My instant favorite.” For more press go here. http://badlandsunlimited.com/books/how-to-train-your-virgin/

Wednesday Black is a writer of fiction, nonfiction and poetry. She studied writing at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan, where she spent part of her childhood, and at The New School in New York City. She splits her time between New York and New Orleans. This is her first work of erotic fiction.

Andrea McGinty will be reading from her just published novella, God, I Don’t Even KNow Your Name, the third installment of New Lovers, a series of short erotic fiction published by Badlands Unlimited. Inspired by Maurice Girodias’ legendary Olympia Press, New Lovers features the raw and uncut writings of authors new to the erotic romance genre. Each story has its own unique take on relationships, intimacy, and sex, as well as the complexities that bedevil contemporary life and culture today. McGinty is an artist and writer living and working in New York, NY.  Andrea is fascinated by the way language can subtly reflect our societal conditions when filtered through intimate relationships. She received her MFA in Fine Arts from the School of Visual Arts in New York. Andrea has exhibited both nationally and internationally.

Guy New York will read from his latest novel, Disgusting Beautiful Immoral, a story of love and kink set in New York City at the turn of the millennium.

Guy New York is the creator of the blog Quickies in New York, which has been featured in Playboy Espanol, Violet Blue’s Tiny Nibbles, and Fleshbot, among many others. In the last six years he has published hundreds of short stories, three novels, a book on writing erotica, and a humorous fake history of kilts in New York City. He currently lives in New York, where he spends his time working as a graphic designer and writing dirty things. http://www.guynewyork.com/

May 11

Come join us at An Bael Bocht for a publication party for TIE ME UP: A Binding Collection of Erotica Tales. Join editor F. Leonora Solomon and her erotica authors Del Carmen, Mercedes Cruz and others as they read salacious selections from this BDSM collection.

Also joining us will be the audacious erotica writing duo of Kristabel Reed, authors of The Curvy Girl’s Guide to Love

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