Verbal Penetration: Punany Poets

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Simon and Schuster, Apr 17, 2007 - Poetry - 320 pages
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Powerful, provocative, and raw, self-described punany poets take readers on an extraordinary erotic journey, melding poetry, short stories, and prose to explore the essence of black male and female sexuality.

The Punany Poets are pioneers of erotic entertainment, creating lush literary works that also encourage self-empowerment and safer sex. Punany Poets' founder Jessica Holter, whose urban classic Punany: The Hip Hop Psalms was featured on HBO's Real Sex, has adapted the Poets' compositions into a groundbreaking anthology created to rouse the senses and inspire the imagination. Vivid, compelling poems and prose pieces deal with every facet of modern love and lust, and blend tantalizing sensual imagery with an underlying message of urban-rooted AIDS awareness. Never preachy, always original, and guaranteed to stimulate the individual and the couple, Verbal Penetration is unique among poetry anthologies -- a riveting, multi-dimensional erotic experience with heart, soul, and message.

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About the author (2007)

Jessica Holter, aka Ghetto Girl Blue, is a poet, mother, performer, and entrepreneur. After the death of Eric "Easy E" Wright of AIDS complications, she was inspired to create Punany: The Hip Hop Psalms. She lives in Oakland, California. Visit the author at www.verbalpenetrationbook.com or email her at ghettogirlblue@yahoo.com

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