First Bard edition of Kotzwinkle's early erotic novel, a set of linked contemporary tales presented as "the rare and obscene love tales told each year by the most beautiful women" of classical Greece and originally published in 1974.
First edition of this tale of an innocent Iowan adrift in Greenwich Village, easy prey for the bearded beatniks and Sapphic sculptors who teach him the delights of reefer parties, silk stockings, and physique modeling.
First printing of this work about exploring the spiritual side of sex through Tantra, including a description of the structure of Shaivism, from which the practice originates – with tips for and illustrations of practical applications.
Early sleaze, with the faint gloss of sophistication lent by hard covers. Set amidst the Bohemian smart set of Miami Beach, "thrill-seeking people who, like the mythical DRACULA, only come alive after hours," featuring "the hushed secrets of Twilight Love on the Isle of Lesbos."
First pinting of these images forming a loose narrative of "a lovely girl's longing for the return of the lover who is dead, of her heart and soul bared in a vain attempt to recapture a love forever lost."
Swinger-focused sex paper featuring articles including "The Morality of Swinging," and "Three Part Harmony," plus a review of recent porn films, a lengthy personals section, and more. Notably, includes a "Complete National Swing Club Directory."