Ministry Of Morgasm

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
This politics of pleasure story revolves around the question of whether there's really another level of female pleasure called morgasm. Two sisters trying to save each other explore a human potential group that makes some dubious claims.

More than just a fun read, it provides a fresh lexicon of pleasure for those readers sophisticated enough to appreciate its subtle implications. More

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About Richard Buzzell

Richard Buzzell is a supporter of independent media and an advocate of productive culture-bending. He enjoys using humor to disruptive effect. Some of his online articles have satirized such topics as, Jersey Shore, Twilight, and The Age Of Bimbocracy. His work has been positively reviewed by such agencies as, Midwest Book Review, Hartford Books Examiner, San Francisco Book Review, The U.S. Review of Books, Bookpleasures, The New Podler Review etc.

His current project is the screenplay "Johnny Nada" which is an adaptation of ZombieStop Parade. It is getting perilously close to getting into Annapurna Pictures.

He is a founding member of the New Edge Authors group which is a co-operative of contemporary fiction writers. They operate the site thecontemporaryedge.com

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Reviews

Review by: Bob Delp on Feb. 18, 2013 :
I Learned A Few Things

I had to search "sponge crushers" to find out what it means. Interesting concept. I had to keep reminding myself that the author is a man, because the narrator's voice seemed like a real woman to me. Maybe female readers will disagree. I liked the story. It didn't insult my intelligence the way a lot of books do.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Jeff Taylor on Feb. 15, 2013 :
What an odd, quirky and fascinating tale! The author weaves a strange story that I found to be somewhere between "Being John Malkovich" and Woody Allen's "All You Ever Wanted to Know About Sex (But Were Afraid to Ask)". The writing is good-very good- and i found it akin to either being in someone else's head, or maybe reading their secret diary. The characters, though different, are believable, and the dialog is sharp and authentic within the context. Very enjoyable, and I look forward to seeing other work by this author.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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