This Thursday, we're exploring a question many have about those who choose to work in pornography: why? Sadly, the all-too-common stereotype about those in sex work of any kind is that they're doing so because they have no other choice. Those on the outside will imagine the destitute, drug-addled, or otherwise desperate as the only… Continue reading Why the adult industry?
It's a book! It's with great pride that I welcome my very first book baby, Accounting for It All, into the world. At 321 pages long and weighing in at 12.8 ounces (according to Amazon, anyway), I couldn't be more pleased to share Robin's story with you. Baby metaphors aside, all of this means one thing:… Continue reading Happy Book Birthday to Accounting for It All!
For most of the summer, many of the posts on this blog centered on challenging society's prevailing narratives about sex, sex work, and the adult industry. With the imminent release of Accounting for It All, however, our focus has since shifted to the novel's debut. You can imagine how my interest was piqued, then, when I… Continue reading The Evaporation of Anti-porn Politics: a Response to POLITICO
Accounting for It All is now on NetGalley! For the unfamiliar, NetGalley is, per their website, a platform that "delivers digital galleys, often called advance reading copies, or ARCs, to professional readers and helps promote new and upcoming titles. Professional readers--reviewers, media, journalists, bloggers, librarians, booksellers and educators--can join and use NetGalley at no cost." In other… Continue reading Accounting for It All: Now on NetGalley
Are you an eBook reader who wants to get their hands on a copy of Accounting for It All before its debut on November 19th, 2018? Or are you after one of our sharp, new AFIA bookmarks? Either way, we've got you covered. From now until Tuesday, November 13th at 11: 59 p.m. central time, you can enter… Continue reading It’s Giveaway Time!