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Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Suzi Parker launches zine about your mother/pastor/daughter/uncle getting it on

Posted By on Wed, Sep 16, 2009 at 1:26 PM

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Local author Suzi Parker is launching a new zine next Thursday at Satellite called, appropriately enough, SuZine. Each issue will tackle a different theme. The first picks up where she left off in her nonfiction book "Sex in the South."

According to a press release, "Arkansas is a real hotbed of hidden erotic activity — any of the people featured in SuZine could be your mother, pastor, daughter, or uncle.  In the South, what you see is almost never what you get."

The zine features three nonfiction sex stories and an "exclusive" and "revealing" Q&A. It'll cost you $5.

The release party begins at 6:30 next week.

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