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Brothel By Stephanie M. Wytovich,

  • Title: Brothel
  • Author: Stephanie M. Wytovich
  • ISBN: 9781935738831
  • Page: 220
  • Format: Paperback
  • Wytovich plays madam in a collection of erotic horror that challenges the philosophical connection between death and orgasm There s a striptease that happens in Brothel that is neither fact nor fiction, fantasy nor memory It is a dance of eroticism, of death and decay The human body becomes a service station for pain, for pleasure, for the lonely, the confused SexualitWytovich plays madam in a collection of erotic horror that challenges the philosophical connection between death and orgasm There s a striptease that happens in Brothel that is neither fact nor fiction, fantasy nor memory It is a dance of eroticism, of death and decay The human body becomes a service station for pain, for pleasure, for the lonely, the confused Sexuality is hung on the door, and the act of love is far from anything that s decent Her women spread their legs to violence then smoke a cigarette and get on all fours They use their bodies as weapons and learn to find themselves in the climax of the boundaries they cross in order to define their humanityor lack thereof.Wytovich shows us that the definition of the feminine is not associated with the word victim Her characters resurrect themselves over and over again, fighting stereotypes, killing expectations She shows us that sex isn t about love it s about control And when the control is disproportionate to the fantasy, she shows us the true meaning of femme fatale.
    Brothel Wytovich plays madam in a collection of erotic horror that challenges the philosophical connection between death and orgasm There s a striptease that happens in Brothel that is neither fact nor fictio

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    1. What I love about Wytovich s work is that it constantly challenges the reader She takes you places you never wanted to go but tells you things you needed to hear, shows you things it is imperative that you see I ll admit I approached the subject matter with trepidation but Wytovich is not about cheap thrills She s determined to plumb the depths but not in a way that shames or demeans All the women of the brothel get their say some are mean, some are just ornery and some are heartbreakingly beaut [...]

    2. I m a huge fan of Wytovich s poetry Usually, the focus of her poems deal with dark love and death This time we got to explore her violent twisted ideas of sexuality The Brothel was a nasty, wicked adventure into words I loved the collection and will probably return to the book throughout the year.

    3. Wytovich is a brilliant poet who gains new momentum with every collection of dark poetry she produces With Brothel, she shows herself to be one of the best dark poets in the field today Maybe THE best.Read a full review of it here at This Is Horror thisishorror book re

    4. In her fourth publication with Raw Dog Screaming Press, Stephanie M Wytovich chains up the specters of pleasure and pain, showing us their eternal courtship Brothel is a work of lust and horror, abyss and beauty It s poetry that dances with taboo, as the author mingles with subjects so many avoid in their work.In this collection, Wytovich takes us inside the world of Madam XXX Once she has you, she doesn t let you go, and you can never look away The world of Brothel is one of visceral imagery an [...]

    5. Stephanie Wytovich brings a blunt sexuality to her usual dark verse No flowers and cuddling here It the sex of fluids and stains, grunting in back rooms, users and the used, getting off and getting paid Stong imagry and raw language without being explotive

    6. What can I possibly say about Brothel that hasn t already been said Everything about this Bram Stoker winning collection was perfect The theme, tone, order of poems, emotion elicited, I absolutely devoured the one hundred fifty four poems over three nights, and would stumble across a new favorite every other poem I will definitely be picking up a copy of An Exorcism of Angels and Hysteria A Collection of Madness, as well as Stephanie s Bram Stoker nominated debut novel, The Eighth.

    7. I recently finished listening to the audiobook version, and each time I sat down I felt as if I were in an underground beatnik bar somewhere in a haunted world A wonderful, dark collection that truly put me in another place Full review 3 12 18 at thehorrorfictionreview.blospot.

    8. The last room on the right is known as the Reflection Room It s protocol to go there after seeing clients so the girls can think about what they did and how they did it There s a journal on the table, some write in it, some don t, but the ones who do are angry In this collection of prose poems, freestyle and the occasional rhyming snippet, Wytovitch remains focused The result is something of a wildly impressionistic verse novel, fused together by the heat of lust and the conceit, articulated thr [...]

    9. Before receiving this in the giveaway I didn t really know that horror erotica poetry was a genre, so this was definitely a new territory of literature for me.Brothel is a collection of about 150 poems, each poem a different story, all circling the themes of sex, lust, love, addiction, and death There were parts of this collection that for me were too blunt, not in its darkness but in its sexual imagery To the point where it took away from the emotions and darkness that I wanted to get away from [...]

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