Number 5 in our collectible Pocket Erotica series is an amusing and offbeat Cinderella story: FOOT NOTES by Restif de la Bretonne, translated from the French by Richard Robinson. This forthcoming edition features choice excerpts from Bretonne’s libertine novel Le Pied de Fanchette (“Fanchette’s pretty little foot”), which recounts the adventures—with many twists and turns—of a girl whose pretty feet attract nearly everyone she meets. Indeed, poor Fanchette is hounded by seducers wherever she goes.
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This distinctive emblem marked the launch of the Pocket Erotica series from New Urge / Black Scat Books.
These collectible, compact little gems (4×6 inches) actually fit in your pocket or purse so you can safely pack the naughty wherever you go… that is, when the lockdown is over.
But while the pandemic surges, it’s a good time for some sexy bedtime reading. The first three volumes are all original new translations of obscure & classic French libertine novels. Priced at only $10, you might as well start collecting them now.
MEDALLION OF ETERNAL EROS. Includes Libertine Bedroom Eye-Beams; Sacred New Urge Tiny-Tome; Clutching Hands of the Bibliomaniac; Glittering Goddess Stars; Storm Clouds of Passion-Porn; and Winged Pocket Erotica Emblem.
Here’s an amusing excerpt from A COMING OF AGE: the French publisher’s “Important Notice, which the reader is advised not to skip over.”
You’ll find more information on the series here.
Don’t Touch by Anne-Gabriel Meusnier de Querlon is a fun, lively, first-ever English translation of an 18th century French libertine novella with a narrative technique that drops the soutanes, lifts the wimples, and pushes the boundaries of the novel – 150 years ahead of its time. Erotic, sacrilegious, funny and infectious, it is the “amorous true story,” as told by herself, Saint Nitouche, a Carmelite Extern Nun, whose “taste for pleasure and vocation for retreat” bump up against each other in surprisingly modern and eternally scandalous ways in the convent and in the bawdy house. Still scandalous today – if you’re easily scandalized, don’t read this book! – it is like Thérèse Finds Happiness, but without the philosophy.
This is the first volume in the Pocket Erotica series – collectible, compact (4×6-inch) paperbacks from New urge Editions. CLICK HERE to order your copy on Amazon.