Future Sex is a collection of Emily Witt’s groundbreaking essays about the different ways young people are having sex, right now, today. And all of you broke-ass perverts are lucky, because 4 of the 8 essays are available online for free.
Internet Dating was originally published as “Diary” in the London Review of Books.
Internet Porn was originally published as “What Do You Desire?” in n+1.
Live Webcams was originally published as “Are You Internet Sexual” in Matter.
Burning Man was originally published as “Diary” in the London Review of Books.
You might also like Emily Witt’s New York magazine article about men who give up masturbation.
But if you want to read “Orgasmic Meditation,” “Polyamorists,” “Birth Control and Reproduction,” or “Future Sex,” you’ll have to get the book.
Brian Hurley is an editor at Fiction Advocate and Books Editor at The Rumpus.
Well, we tried.
Half of the essays from Kent Russell’s debut collection, I Am Sorry to Think I Have Raised a Timid Son, are available online. And we wanted to share the links with you, because Russell is clearly an heir to David Foster Wallace and John Jeremiah Sullivan: his writing is ambitious, emotional, and chronically ambivalent about the contemporary American condition. You will love him. But in order to read most of his articles, you would have to subscribe to various publications.
There is ONE essay from I Am Sorry to Think I Have Raised a Timid Son that is available online for free. In the book it’s called “Island Man,” but when it was originally published at The New Republic, it was (rather desperately) called “This Man Moved to a Desert Island to Disappear. Here’s What Happened.”
If you subscribe to Harper’s or n+1 you can read “Ryan Went to Afghanistan” online.
“Ryan Went to Afghanistan” Harper’s
“Ryan Went to Afghanistan” n+1