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beachsloth:

UP Literature: The Voyeurism Issue

               UP Literature certainly knows a thing or two about sexual perversions. After incest and bestiality what is left to do? Thankfully the depraved minds over at UP Literature present with great fanfare: The Voyeurism Issue. With illustrations by the infinitely talented Carabella Sands this fills the reader’s head with a multitude of sick, twisted thoughts, perfectly meeting the intentions of the true UP Literature editors their minds ablaze with smut. 
                Tara Abrahams recalls good fun sexy times being watched by a milky maiden. Lost in the sheets the milky maiden is happy to witness joy from far away. Happiness rots away. Such is life. Decay can oftentimes be the most beautiful thing. Autumn loves decay and is the most romantic season for it. 
                Manuel Arturo Abreu meditates to porn. Manuel Arturo Abreu might be missing the point of pornography. Whilst pornography can certainly be boring it is not meant for deep introspection. Typically while watching pornography one remains interested in the plight of the porno’s characters whether they are having car troubles, plumbing issues, or eagerly await a pizza. 
                Cristine Brache imagines bloodletting. Sometimes the blood likes to take a trip outside of the body to deliver oxygen to the outside world. The blood does not know that the oxygen comes from the world. Blood lacks self-awareness. Messes of blood tissues happen with alarming frequency. Nobody ever asks what Kool-Aid is made of, maybe they should. 
                Samuel Carey describes the voyeur that lives in phones. Embedded texts involve imagery. Technology makes it possible. Concealment has never been easier. Due to technology there is little chance of privacy. Many consider it transparency and others invasion. It depends on who is behind the camera. 
                Charley Foster spots people out of the vapor. People enjoy falling on his neck. Full of life the neck helps him think. Pamphlets let him spread the word. Deep in a darkened house he hears ghosts, tries to observe them, and fails unfortunately. 
                Daisy Lafarge makes cuttings of people. Collectors are a fickle sort. One moment they are busy with a specimen the next they throw it up on a shelf to collect dust. Publishing orgasms are what erotic writing is all about. In the world of porn everything is an orgasm, everyone orgasm. A sad form of pornography is when two people are unable to be intimate and stress each other out. It is called ‘Romantic Comedy’ and it is awful. Everyone is a tall glass of water because everyone is made up of water. 
                TJ Lyons expresses irritation at the cost of books. Physical at first they translate well into the cloud. Floaters fail to understand the internet even though they are right before the eyes. Dirty pools of water are unrated. Sometimes people need to get dirty. Adults barely roll around in mind. Kids love it. Cold truth follows people home to get warm. Lies need attention to become important. Guesses give a lie attention. Luring clocks is easy. Civilization made time a construct. 
                Voyeurism requires more than one post. With two there is far more to do. Fortunately UP Literature graces the reader with its presence once more. Part two is forthcoming!

Beach Sloth reviewed the Voyeurism Issue!

beachsloth:

UP Literature: The Voyeurism Issue

               UP Literature certainly knows a thing or two about sexual perversions. After incest and bestiality what is left to do? Thankfully the depraved minds over at UP Literature present with great fanfare: The Voyeurism Issue. With illustrations by the infinitely talented Carabella Sands this fills the reader’s head with a multitude of sick, twisted thoughts, perfectly meeting the intentions of the true UP Literature editors their minds ablaze with smut. 

                Tara Abrahams recalls good fun sexy times being watched by a milky maiden. Lost in the sheets the milky maiden is happy to witness joy from far away. Happiness rots away. Such is life. Decay can oftentimes be the most beautiful thing. Autumn loves decay and is the most romantic season for it. 

                Manuel Arturo Abreu meditates to porn. Manuel Arturo Abreu might be missing the point of pornography. Whilst pornography can certainly be boring it is not meant for deep introspection. Typically while watching pornography one remains interested in the plight of the porno’s characters whether they are having car troubles, plumbing issues, or eagerly await a pizza. 

                Cristine Brache imagines bloodletting. Sometimes the blood likes to take a trip outside of the body to deliver oxygen to the outside world. The blood does not know that the oxygen comes from the world. Blood lacks self-awareness. Messes of blood tissues happen with alarming frequency. Nobody ever asks what Kool-Aid is made of, maybe they should. 

                Samuel Carey describes the voyeur that lives in phones. Embedded texts involve imagery. Technology makes it possible. Concealment has never been easier. Due to technology there is little chance of privacy. Many consider it transparency and others invasion. It depends on who is behind the camera. 

                Charley Foster spots people out of the vapor. People enjoy falling on his neck. Full of life the neck helps him think. Pamphlets let him spread the word. Deep in a darkened house he hears ghosts, tries to observe them, and fails unfortunately. 

                Daisy Lafarge makes cuttings of people. Collectors are a fickle sort. One moment they are busy with a specimen the next they throw it up on a shelf to collect dust. Publishing orgasms are what erotic writing is all about. In the world of porn everything is an orgasm, everyone orgasm. A sad form of pornography is when two people are unable to be intimate and stress each other out. It is called ‘Romantic Comedy’ and it is awful. Everyone is a tall glass of water because everyone is made up of water. 

                TJ Lyons expresses irritation at the cost of books. Physical at first they translate well into the cloud. Floaters fail to understand the internet even though they are right before the eyes. Dirty pools of water are unrated. Sometimes people need to get dirty. Adults barely roll around in mind. Kids love it. Cold truth follows people home to get warm. Lies need attention to become important. Guesses give a lie attention. Luring clocks is easy. Civilization made time a construct. 

                Voyeurism requires more than one post. With two there is far more to do. Fortunately UP Literature graces the reader with its presence once more. Part two is forthcoming!

Beach Sloth reviewed the Voyeurism Issue!

naphypelabs:

Lucy Tiven // Up Literature 8: The Voyeurism Issue.

The Voyeurism Issue

Our eighth issue is alive and its wide eyes won’t stop staring at us.

Featuring work by Tara Abrahams, Manuel Arturo Abreu, Cristine Brache, Samuel Carey, Charley Foster, Daisy Lafarge,  TJ Lyons, Bradley J. Milton, Thomas Mundt, Stephen O’Toole, Carabella Sands, Bob Schofield, Lucy Tiven, and Chuck Young.

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iheartfailure:

On Making Porn For The Blind

Editor’s note: Before I get into the process of creating my new, and truly digital, poetry…

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J. Bradley wrote about the making of Porn for the Blind

iheartfailure:

On Making Porn For The Blind

Editor’s note: Before I get into the process of creating my new, and truly digital, poetry…

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J. Bradley wrote about the making of Porn for the Blind

J. Bradley’s new ebook Porn for the Blind has emerged from the womb and is crying out for your attention. We suggest you listen to it

J. Bradley’s new ebook Porn for the Blind has emerged from the womb and is crying out for your attention. We suggest you listen to it

J. Bradley’s ebook comes out tomorrow! Here’s something to get you in the mood