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Ladies of the Night book party with Maggie McNeill

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Sunday, June 1, 2-4pm
Though popular blogger Maggie McNeill is best known for her perceptive, witty and razor-sharp essays on the facts about and issues surrounding sex work, her short fiction has also been highly praised. This book, her first published collection, contains thirty-seven stories ranging from fantasy to reality and from comedy to horror, whose heroines are all quite different from one another but have one thing in common: membership in the world’s oldest profession. But what makes them interesting isn’t entirely bound up in their work; in fact, you may find that, with a few notable exceptions, they aren’t all that different from other women you may know, either in fiction or in real life. The strange and fantastic situations they find themselves in, however, are another matter entirely…
Donations gratefully accepted! NOTAFLOF. The book will be available for sale. 

 

Maggie McNeill
The Honest Courtesan
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