Idler (Issue 40) Carnal KnowledgePaperback Idler
Free delivery worldwide
Dispatched in 1 business day
When will my order arrive?
- Publisher: Ebury Press
- Format: Paperback | 224 pages
- Dimensions: 146mm x 208mm x 22mm | 440g
- Publication date: 23 October 2007
- Publication City/Country: London
- ISBN 10: 009192300X
- ISBN 13: 9780091923006
- Illustrations note: black & white illustrations, colour illustrations
- Sales rank: 252,897
Sex today seems too much like hard work. Magazines tell us we have to put more effort in and learn new tips. So how can we bring the playfulness back? This issue of the "Idler" features an exclusive cover from Damien Hirst and an interview with Esther Perel, author of the best-seller "Mating in Captivity". Michael Bywater condemns the rise of frantic sex. Neil Boorman asks whether he is the only one who's not doing it all day every day, and attacks the adman's commercialisation of sex. Jay Griffiths argues that the real spirit of Christmas is bawdy and raucous and naughty. Sarah Janes reveals her sex-dream diaries, and Nicholas Lezard wonders where all the fun went. We meet Kevin Godley of 10cc fame and feature new work from Gee Vaucher and Penny Rimbaud. With its mix of savage humour, warm wisdom, radical thought and uncompromising art, the "Idler" will amuse, instruct and help bring the pleasure back into everyday life.
Other people who viewed this bought:
Other books in this category
$10.78 - Save $3.26 23% off - RRP $14.04
$10.50 - Save $3.54 25% off - RRP $14.04
$9.70 - Save $2.94 23% off - RRP $12.64
$9.44 - Save $4.60 32% off - RRP $14.04
$12.12 - Save $3.49 22% off - RRP $15.61
$7.14 - Save $1.86 20% off - RRP $9.00
Tom Hodgkinson was born in 1968. His book publications include the bestselling How To Be Idle, which has been published in fifteen countries, and How To Be Free. Tom lives in Devon with his expanding family. Dan Kieran is deputy editor of the Idler. He edited The Idler Book of Crap Towns, Crap Jobs, and Crap Holidays and wrote the recently published I Fought the Law. He writes regularly for the Observer, the Sunday Times, The Times and the Guardian. Dan lives in South London with his wife Rachel and their son Wilf.
"Uniquely engaging... devoted to idleness in all its forms... surprisingly energetic in its sagacious coverage of trends and trendiness... Packed with ideas" Time Out "Britain's coolest magazine" -- Alex James, Blur "Full of good things... genuinely radical, irreverent and iconoclastic" -- the late Rt Hon Alan Clark