Joint Hunger?

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You have to give the editorial work behind Joint Hunger credit for piling on the ambiguity.

The needle lets you wonder if the joint is a marijuana cigarette instead of what lurks beneath the muscular blond’s* towel.

Is the novel about drugs or queer sex (not that the two can’t happily combine). Or is the guy using steroids.

The blond* chest and leg hair is pretty well done for this sort of thing. Often is just looks as if the hunk has a skin disease.

Joint Hunger

* Microsoft Word insists that the possessive of blond must include an ‘e,’ I say the word works with or without.

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Actually, I’m just delighted to find one of my old books (at least its cover) on your site. Interestingly, perhaps, I learn, not that long ago, that there’s actually someone seriously cataloging the covers of all the early Greenleaf books, gay and otherwise; should be interesting to look at when it’s finished, from the brief preview I’ve already received.

Cover analysis: Perhaps you missed the shape of the black area that surrounds the title.

Microsoft Word insists that the possessive of blond must include an e, I say the word works with or without.

FUNNY!

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