Vox has not so much a profile as multiple stories about national treasure and writer Dr. Chuck Tingle. “The moral of this first story is that it doesn’t matter if no one knows who Chuck Tingle is, because Chuck Tingle is all of us. But that’s not the […]
Lithub’s M. Sophia Newman has a profile of all-around national treasure and world’s greatest author, Chuck Tingle. She also writes about writer’s block, trouble at the Hugos and the shoemaker’s elves. ‘“Chuck Tingle” is the nom de plume of a Billings, Montana, writer who produces a unique brand […]
At Teleport City, the Gutter’s own Keith writes about the Emmanuelle films and the woman who inspired the character. “My first glimpse at European sex films provided escape into a theoretically obtainable world. I decided I wanted to travel, that I wanted to be a writer, that I […]
Bturn has a gallery of images from a Soviet picture book in which naked people form the letters of the cyrillic alphabet. “The fascinating scans come from an alphabet picture book published around 1931, allegedly to fight widespread illiteracy across the vast Soviet territories. It was drawn by […]
The Journal of Popular Romance Studies interviewed author Joanna Russ in 2007 about slash fiction: “Her 1985 essay, ‘Pornography By Women For Women, With Love’ helped to set the terms of the discussion for feminist scholars who followed, and it is widely cited in fan studies. Russ argues […]
At The Toast, an alien does their best to write erotica. Even though the alien finds us kinda gross.