Philadelphia’s Erotic Literary Salon, Featuring Gifted Erotica Writer/Performer Jackie,Along with Salon Erotic Readings from Attendees, Tuesday, November 20th.
Saturday, October, 20, 2012
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Susana Mayer, Ph.D., Salonnière, [masked]
[masked] - reserve a time slot to read at Salon (5 min max), guidelines at website.
www.PhiladelphiaCulturalSalons.com - blog s+x news, Salon notices, erotica, and guidelines.
The Erotic Literary Salon will be held Tuesday, November, 20. Jackie has been earning resounding applause from the Salon’s attendees for several years, with her soul wrenching, mind bending readings. As a featured presenter she will be reading her favorite piece, Where Have You Gone David Carradine, that she wrote shortly after Carradine's kinky death in June 2009. She’ll also share a short selection, Squeezies, from the new series she’s working on now, Old People Sex.
PHILADELPHIA: The Erotic Literary Salon, unique in the English-speaking world has launched a growing movement mainstreaming erotica. Salons attract a supportive audience of 70 or more individuals. Approximately 20 participate as writers, readers, storytellers, spoken word performers of original works/words of others, the rest just come to listen, enjoy and applaud. Frances, our resident nonagenarian (95 years young) often recites her original erotica.
Salons gather the 3rd Tuesday of every month at TIME (The Bohemian Absinthe Lounge), 1315 Sansom Street, Center City, Philadelphia. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. (limited seating), for cocktails, food and conversation. The event begins promptly at 8:00 p.m. Admission is $10, discounted for students, and seniors (65+) to $8. Salon attendees must be 21.
Creator of this event, Dr. Susana, is Philadelphia’s best-known sexologist. She lends her voice to the Salon by offering relevant information to support the discussions that arise in the Salon and blog.
“...surprisingly comfortable....Salon devotees praise her for the space she has created....”
“I think Susana is doing a very brave thing.”
Philadelphia Inquirer, February 10, 2010
“There are laughter and tears along with the hot rush of blood - to the face.
Daily News, March 15, 2010
“I never knew such a life of honesty could exist. I finally found a home I can be comfortable in...this event changed my life.
Warren Katz, first time attendee and reader