"If Dennis Cooper and Chuck Palahniuk had a bastard love child, it would look like Scott Hess's Diary of a Sex Addict. It is bareback fiction: raw and dangerous, skin to skin and true.
The next morning, we almost regret it. Almost."
--Bryan Borland, author of My Life as Adam
"Relentlessly erotic and divinely written," Richard Labonte, Bookmarks
Scott Hess is one of the few writers who understand that erotic fiction is never about the description of hot sex, but entirely about motivations and the psychological tension of the moment. He has the literary talent to make his writing brutally honest and hugely energetic.
Author "Benedetto Casanova"
IT LIST Hot Read, Joe Thompson, Gay.Net "Opens with a bang!...feels like it's happening right in front of your eyes. What Hess has done is put you in the mind of a real sex addict, someone who is aware of what's going on and yet unable to stop himself." bit.ly/v0RdCz
About the Author
An award-winning writer, Scott's fiction has appeared in the Thema Literary Journal
, and Omnia Revitas Review.
Richard Labonte of Bookmarks calls Scott's gritty new novel Diary of a Sex Addict
"relentlessly erotic and divinely written." The short film based on the novel debuted this month on Vimeo. Scott's first novel, Bergdorf Boys
was serialized in Ganymede Journal
. He is working on his new novel The Jockey
set in rural Arkansas and New York City circa 1918. His screenplay, Tom in America
is being produced by Queens Pictures in 2012. Scott has a personal essay on intimacy appearing in editor Leslie Smith's collection this spring. Scott has been a contributor to various national magazines, including Genre
. Scott is a MFA graduate of The New School.