Thanks for the advance notice. More Rabe is great but I'm even more excited about the Silverberg collection. I'm a huge Silverberg fan and I had no idea these books even existed. Silverberg never talks much about his early work. He tends to dismiss it when compared to his later acheivements. While lacking the depth of his more mature works, I've found his early stuff to be very entertaining and definitely worthwhile.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Jeff Vorzimmer <jvorzimmer@...> wrote:
> I noticed Stark House Press has announced some new titles for its
> Winter catalog, including a single volume of two unpublished Peter
> Rabe novels and a couple of novels by Robert Silverberg under the pen
> name of Don Elliot, Gang Girl and Sex Bum
> I'm not sure what sure what "compulsively readable erotic novels"
> are, but I'm sure they'll be interesting reading. I can't think of a
> Stark House reprint I've been disappointed with. The originals were
> published under the Nightstand and Midnight Reader imprints and the
> cover of Gang Girl had the line "Lust-Cats of the Gutter" under the
> title. The cover of the other reads, "No passion trap was too evil
> for this SEX BUM."
> Before anyone accuses me of being OT, I might add that the Silverberg
> novels are more in the vein of juvie crime novels than ertotica.
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