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Fifty Writers on Fifty Shades of Grey
by Lori Perkins, Editor
Paperback : 304 pages
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In Fifty Writers on Fifty Shades of Grey, 50 writers—from romance and erotica authors, to real-world BDSM practitioners, to a...
In Fifty Writers on Fifty Shades of Grey, 50 writers—from romance and erotica authors, to real-world BDSM practitioners, to adult entertainment industry professionals—continue the conversation.
Fifty Shades as Erotic Fiction
Erotic romance writer Sylvia Day speaks to the new opportunities the Fifty Shades trilogy has opened up for writers (and readers!) of erotica
Fifty Shades as Sexual Empowerment
Romance novelist Heather Graham praises the way the books encourage women to celebrate their own sexual shades of grey
Fifty Shades as Fanfiction
Editor Tish Beaty relates the process behind turning Twilight fanfic Master of the Universe into Fifty Shades of Grey
Fifty Shades as Pop Culture
Fifty Shames of Earl Grey author Andrew Shaffer compares Fifty Shades to sister-in-literary-scandal Peyton Place
• Matrimonial lawyer Sherri Donovan examines the legalities of Christian's contract
• Master R of BDSM training chateau La Domaine Esemar evaluates Christian Grey's skill as a Dominant (and offers some professional advice)
• And a whole lot more!
Whether you loved Fifty Shades of Grey, or just want to know why everyone else does, Fifty Writers on Fifty Shades of Grey is the book for you.
• Heather Graham
• Sylvia Day
• Andrew Shaffer
• M.J. Rose
• Sinnamon Love
• Judith Regan
• Stacey Agdern
• Laura Antoniou
• Jennifer Armintrout
• Tish Beaty
• Mala Bhattacharjee
• Rachel Kramer Bussel
• M. Christian
• Suzan Colón
• Joy Daniels
• Sherri Donovan
• Angela Edwards
• Melissa Febos
• Lucy Felthouse
• Ryan Field
• Selina Fire
• Megan Frampton
• Sarah Frantz
• Louise Fury
• Lois Gresh
• Catherine Hiller
• Marci Hirsch
• Dr. Hilda Hutcherson
• Debra Hyde
• Anne Jamison
• D.L. King
• Dr. Logan Levkoff
• Arielle Loren
• Sassafras Lowry
• Rachel Kenley
• Pamela Madsen
• Chris Marks and Lia Leto
• Master R
• Dr. Katherine Ramsland
• Tiffany Reisz
• Katharine Sands
• Jennifer Sanzo
• Rakesh Satyal
• Marc Shapiro
• Lyss Stern
• Cecilia Tan
• Hope Tarr
• Susan Wright
• Editor X
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Discussion QuestionsFrom the author:
1. Several of the writers talk about Fifty Shades as being a good thing for female sexual empowerment. Do you think Fifty Shades pushes sexual empowerment for women forward, or sets it back?
2. Professor Anne Jamison makes some unconventional arguments about fanfiction and authorship in her essay. Was E.L. James within her rights, legally, to republish her fanfiction as original fiction? How about morally?
3. Dr. Hilda Hutcherson criticizes the sex in Fifty Shades as being unrealistic. Is it any more realistic than sex in the rest of pop culture? What, if anything, about the sex in Fifty Shades seemed real to you?
4. Various essayists compare Christian to Heathcliff and the Beast (as in Beauty and the), and Ana to Tess of the d'Urbervilles and of course Bella from Twilight. What literary figures would you say Christian and Ana are most like?
5. Was there any essayist you disagreed with so much that you couldn't finish his or her essay?
6. Which essayist would you most want to invite to dinner?
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