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ABOUT THE BOOK
Simulating Sex collects various articles written for the New Orleans Art Review which pertain to artistic renditions of erotic activity. Written over a span of 20 years, these essays cover a broad array of topics, ranging from the novels of Stendhal, Mary McCarthy and D.H. Lawrence; the art of Picasso, Klimt, and Mapplethorpe; the music of Madonna, Mozart, and Liz Phair; the sex lives of Edmund Wilson, Kenneth Tynan, and Jesus; and works like American Pie, Sex and the City, and In Search of Lost Time. And more.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Steve Bachmann (B.A., Harvard; J.D. Harvard, M.F.A., University of New Orleans) is the associate editor of the New Orleans Art Review. He has served as art critic for Isthmus (Madison, Wisconsin) and on the faculty of the New School (NYC) ("Politics of Modern Art"). Bachmann is author of U.S. Constitution for Beginners, Preach Liberty, Nonprofit Litigation and Lawyers, Law, and Social Change.
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