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Product Details

  • Paperback
  • Publisher: The Wordsmith Press; 1ST edition (2007)
  • ISBN-10: 1893972356
  • ISBN-13: 978-1893972353
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,620,094 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

More About the Author

Cristin O'Keefe Aptowicz is author of the forthcoming nonfiction book, DR MUTTER'S MARVELS: A TRUE STORY OF INTRIGUE AND INNOVATION AT THE DAWN OF MODERN MEDICINE, which will be released by Penguin's Gotham Books in Fall 2014. A exhibition based on the book will open at Philadelphia's Mütter Museum the same day.

She is also the author of six books of poetry -- THE YEAR OF NO MISTAKES (2013), EVERYTHING IS EVERYTHING (2010), OH TERRIBLE YOUTH (2007), WORKING CLASS REPRESENT (2004), HOT TEEN SLUT (2001) and DEAR FUTURE BOYFRIEND (2000), which are currently available on Write Bloody Publishing -- as well as second book of nonfiction: WORDS IN YOUR FACE: TWENTY YEARS OF THE NEW YORK CITY POETRY SLAM, which Billy Collins wrote "leaves no doubt that the slam poetry scene has achieved legitimacy and taken its rightful place on the map of contemporary literature"

Her recent awards include the ArtsEdge Writer-In-Residency at the University of Pennsylvania (2010-2011), a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship in Poetry (2011) and the Amy Clampitt Residency (2013). She lives in Austin, TX, with her two eccentric rescue dachshunds, Max & Alvy.

For more information -- including tour dates, videos of performances and links to her work -- please visit her website at www.aptowicz.com.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By J. H. Dodson on February 26, 2012
Format: Paperback
This book now sits atop my favorite books of poetry. Admittedly I haven't read an abundance of books on poetry but I have a feeling this will sit up here for a while. This book kept me thoroughly entertained, the subject matter was unique (Cristin working as a copywriter in the porn industry) and Cristin's take on everything was excellent. I particularly enjoyed seeing her transpose her workings onto some traditional poetry forms; I had studied them in college but had not seen any new or refreshing takes on them until here. It is raunchy, it is hilarious, but what takes it beyond that is its heart and introspection. Heartily recommended.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Megan Thoma on May 25, 2011
Format: Paperback
Note: I'm waaaay tired. And a little bit drunk on cheesecake. That said: I really like this book. Cristin is always poignant, honest, and funny. You can expect that in any of her books, but what I adore about this book specifically is:

1) You have to love a virgin working in the porn industry.

2) The juxtaposition of the rawness of porn against budding young love.

3) Poems are often narrative, but rarely do you get an entire book that paints such a lovely picture of this relatable and fragile time in one's life: right out of college, full of hope, full of terror, full of real-world-kicking-you-in-the-faceness.

4) So, um, I think the line from the poem is, "I could make money off those tits . . ." or something like that. The heart of that poem: that the most popular porn is that of the most normal, ordinary, and extraordinary people has stuck with me long, long after reading it. Porn can be a very ugly, ugly business, and Cristin's ability to find the humane and the beautiful within it is . . . well, it's what she does.

Read it in public. It'll make your nipples hard.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By YoSiebels on August 30, 2013
Format: Paperback
This book is a hyper mix of poetry, standup comedy, and storytelling. Each page was a delight to experience. Aptowicz's wit, charm, and intelligence makes pornography and poetry accessible to everyone! Loved it.
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Format: Kindle Edition
As an intro for reviewing the kindle edition I will say it's well-formatted and doesn't miss anything from the book version. This book now sits atop my favorite books of poetry. Admittedly I haven't read an abundance of books on poetry but I have a feeling this will sit up here for a while. This book kept me thoroughly entertained, the subject matter was unique (Cristin working as a copywriter in the porn industry) and Cristin's take on everything was excellent. I particularly enjoyed seeing her transpose her workings onto some traditional poetry forms; I had studied them in college but had not seen any new or refreshing takes on them until here. It is raunchy, it is hilarious, but what takes it beyond that is its heart and introspection. Heartily recommended.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jaime Martin on April 7, 2009
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Yes, there are poems about porn. Yes, some of the are titillating. But anyone reading it just for that or only seeing that is missing the point. What this book is really about is person struggling make ends meet in an awkward job. In that respect its a lot like her other book "Working Class Represent." The poems are funny, witty, and yes, occasionally even poignant.
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