Sunday, October 7, 2012
BEAVER STREET: A HISTORY OF MODERN PORNOGRAPHY
I have NOT read this book. However, I've heard the author - Robert Rosen - in several interviews, and his book sounds extremely interesting.
It's about Mr. Rosen's experiences working in the porn industry. It's also about the people, places, and events of that era.
I don't know if the book is illustrated.
This book should appeal to anyone that loves GRINDHOUSE era movies, books, and periodicals.
BEAVER STREET is divided into the following sections.....
"Prologue A Kid in a Candy Store"
"How I Became a Pornographer"
"The Invention of Phone Sex"
"I Found My Job in The New York Times"
"The House of Swank"
"The Secret History"
"The Accidental Porn Star"
"Divas with Beavers"
"So You Want to Talk About Traci Lords?"
"The D-Cup Aesthetic"
"Epilogue The Skin Mag in Cyberspace"
"Final Words The Naked and the Dead"
"Appendix A Prelude to Modern Pornography"
"About the Author/Acknowledgments"
"About this book"
More details below.....
ISBN ( 978-1900486767 )
AUTHOR - Robert Rosen
COVER PHOTO by ?
COMPANY - HEADPRESS
OBTAINED AT - I do NOT own the book - It's available from AMAZON, BARNES & NOBLE, and many other places
PRICE - $19.95
SIZE - approximately 5 1/2" wide by 8 1/2" tall
PAGES - approximately 224 pages
NOTE: It's also available in electronic form ( nook - kindle - etc )
OFFICIAL WEBSITE OF ROBERT ROSEN