“On Zapinette” by Barbara F. Lefcowitz

Imagine James Joyce at the height of his logophiliac talents, walking along the Seine and wordplaying with a nonchalance so serious that vendors, tourists, even sophisticated Parisian matrons turn their heads–the latter often shocked by the sexual innuendos and...

“Zapinette” reviewed in Inscriptions Magazine

Pre-teen Esmeralda McInnerny lives in France with her Italian mother and sexually experimental uncle, Alberic. Unky Berky, as she calls him, has given her the nickname Zapinette. Zapinette spends her days obsessed with adult sexuality, which she does not completely...

Q & A with author Daniel Curzon (“Mr. Politically Incorrect”)

Recently published: The Big Book of In-Your-Face Gay Etiquette (Third Edition) Halfway to the Stars: Cable Car Tales of a Grumpy Gripman   Q: Daniel Curzon, haven’t you been around for years now? A: Yeah. So? Mr. Politically Incorrect is finally in fashion....

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