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Held on the last Thursday of every month, London's Erotic Book Club is a small gathering of pervs who devour and discuss the naughty masterpieces of literature. We savour both modern and classic filth, erotic fiction and personal memoirs, by male and female authors.

Meet 8pm on the Last Thursday Of The Month

Haus of LaBeija
45 Geffrye Court
Geffrye Estate
London
N1 6RX
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We have three very exciting books lined up for the coming months. If there was a book you were especially keen to read that didn't make it through, do not despair. Every option that received at least one vote will automatically go into the next round of voting in December.


September's book club: Tropic of Cancer by Henry Miller.

Thursday 25th September 2014.

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Now hailed as an American classic, Tropic of Cancer, Henry MilleMr's masterpiece, was banned as obscene in this country for twenty-seven years after its first publication in Paris in 1934.

Only a historic court ruling that changed American censorship standards, ushering in a new era of freedom and frankness in modern literature, permitted the publication of this first volume of Miller's famed mixture of memoir and fiction, which chronicles with unapologetic gusto the bawdy adventures of a young expatriate writer, his friends, and the characters they meet in Paris in the 1930s.

Tropic of Cancer is now considered, as Norman Mailer said, one of the ten or twenty great novels of our century.

Fiction. 318 pages. First published: 1934.
Paperback: Under £10. Ebook: Not available.

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October's book club: Lost Girls by Alan Moore & Melinda Gebbie

Thursday 30th October 2014.

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For more than a century, Alice, Wendy and Dorothy have been our guides through the Wonderland, Neverland and Land of Oz of our childhoods. Now like us, these three lost girls have grown up and are ready to guide us again, this time through the realms of our sexual awakening and fulfilment. Through their familiar fairytales they share with us their most intimate revelations of desire in its many forms, revelations that shine out radiantly through the dark clouds of war gathering around a luxury Austrian hotel.

Drawing on the rich heritage of erotica, Lost Girls is the rediscovery of the power of ecstatic writing and art in a sublime union that only the medium of comics can achieve. Exquisite, thoughtful, and human, Lost Girls is a work of breathtaking scope that challenges the very notion of art fettered by convention. This is erotic fiction at its finest.

Graphic novel. 104 pages. First published: 1991.
Hardback: Over £20. Ebook: not available.

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November's book club: Vox by Nicholson Baker.

Thursday 30th October 2014.

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A man and a woman, strangers to each other, residents of distant cities, have both called an adult party line. Finding each other's voice attractive, they soon switch to a private, "one-to-one" connection. Their seduction-through-conversation begins hesitantly and then becomes erotic.

Fiction. 176 pages. First published: 1992.
Paperback: Under £10. Ebook: Not available.

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