Sensuality enthusiast Penny Lane, has a way of conceptualizing ideas that feels like a massive paradigm shift, every single time. Her girlfriends get to see her in action behind-the-scenes, when she hosts intimate dinners with her close circle of protegees. These all-women dinner parties always revolve around sex, relationships, and desire. Her writings urge us not only to change the conversations we have with our intimate partners, but the internal ones we replay constantly in our mind. “If you don’t want to make love to yourself,” Penny Lane asks, “why would you welcome somebody else to do so?”
For more Penny Lane, read her writings on sex and monogamy, her boundary-pushing short stories, her debut books about Dorothy — and stay tuned for her novel "the Eric Addiction", on infidelity, out next year.
In these raw stories, Penny Lane, the author of Dorothy, speaks marvellously of her sexual adventures. She construes tales for adults, delicacies for the senses. Spontaneous, unexpected, sometimes comical, always exciting, these "tales and narratives" constitute a kind of folklore, a true ethnology of the sexual decadency exhibited in broad daylight.