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In this week’s show, Vanessa Blakeslee and I discuss two pieces that are online the main topic of intercourse writing, while the discussion roves after that.
Lorin Stein’s “Why Talk About Sex? ” in The Paris Review.
Vanessa Blakeslee’s “The Fetish” into the Paris Review.
“Another Saturday Night with Mr. Fun” are available in this anthology.
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Episode 431 regarding the Drunken Odyssey, your podcast that is favorite about writing and literary works can be acquired on Apple podcasts, stitcher, spotify, or click on this link to stream (right click to down load, if it’s your thing).
The Diaries of A scribbler that is sozzled
01 Aug 2020 saturday
The Diaries of A sozzled scribbler #14
Transcribed by DMETRI KAKMI
1 2020 august
Imagine whom we stumbled on while prowling in Melbourne’s Fitzroy Gardens? The one and only Charles Baudelaire.
‘Charlie, my fellow that is dear, we cried. ‘ we thought you had been dead. ’
‘I am, guy webcam ’ quoth he. ‘That’s why I’m right right here. ’
‘Well said, ’ had been my jolly rejoinder. ‘Only those who’ve turned their backs on life have a home in Melbourne. ’
We laughed. Charles delivered a hearty slap to my straight straight back, and I also nearly plummeted right into a hydrangea bush, from where four males emerged, pulling up their jeans.