Video: AuthorViews: Susannah Breslin
People “living on the edge” – the subject of her book – can be creatively inspired – and inspiring, helping illuminate the multiple aspects of our own selves and psyches, especially those we may tend to suppress in order to be “civilized” – which can also stifle creativity.
Here’s the blurb from Amazon:
“Postfeminist psuedo-sexpert Susannah Breslin’s poignantly provocative short stories of mannequin fetishism, midget love, and pornographers gone wild provide the perfect literary accompaniment to the porn collection of any true intellectual.
“Bringing together the hilariously obscene and the obscenely hilarious, You’re a Bad Man, Aren’t You? heralds the long-awaited arrival of PornoPomoLit, a.k.a. Pornographic Postmodern Literature. Until now, fondling a book never felt so right.”
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This photo is from the post: Susannah Breslin: The truth about blogging and money by Steven Rosenberg.
A quote by Breslin:
“These days, it’s not enough to be a good writer online. You have to be a smart marketer, your own content factory, your own publicist. If you can do it all, you are golden. If you cannot, you are screwed.”
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