Monday, January 29, 2007

Downtown reading Sat, Feb 10, West Edge Gallery Books: blue literature

Originally uploaded by ntakahara.

The West Edge Artists' Co-op and West Edge Books and News (both located downtown at 725 Milam St.) are hosting Shreveport's first annual Valentine's Day / Mardi Gras Erotic Literature Reading, and we need your contributions, says Michael Parker.

Parker continues, "Original material is most welcome, or feel free to read a selection from one of the erotic classics for sale at the bookstore. Authors whose work can be borrowed the night of the event include Anais Nin, Henry Miller, the Marquis de Sade, Lawrence Durrell and Frank Harris, and classic titles incude The Story of O, Candy, Helen and Desire, Fanny Hill, The Perfumed Garden, The Torture Garden, The Carnal Prayer Mat.

Love poetry is acceptable as well. We'll get started at 7:00 Saturday night, Feb. 10, at 725 Milam St. For more information, contact Michael Parker at or call the gallery/bookstore at 221-6961." Proclaims Parker, "Let's put the edge in the West Edge, y'all."

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Parker says limericks are ok, cleanse the palate, you know.