The Marquis de Sade, vilified by respectable society from his own time through ours, apotheosized by Apollinaire as 'the freest spirit that has yet existed,' wrote THE 120 DAYS OF SODOM while imprisoned in the Bastille. Learn More
Divine Filth is a collection of long-overlooked erotic prose and scatological fragments rivaled only by Georges Bataille’s most well-known work, 'Story Of The Eye', for pure 'pornographic' content that transcends the limits of literature and the self.
Emmanuelle is, alongside Story of O, a classic book of erotica and the most famous French underground novel of the late twentieth century and a work of seductive literary merit. Emmanuelle II continues the story of an unforgettable woman, a happy sensualist, whose unusual erotic experimentation explores the philosophy of sexuality in a novel of literary and philosophical merit.
Charles Baudelaire, poète maudit, the self-styled “Satanic man” whose collection THE FLOWERS OF EVIL (Les Fleurs du Mal) is marked by paeans to sexual degradation such as “The Litanies Of Satan” and “Metamorphosis Of The Vampire”. Learn More
In Edogawa Rampo's Moju: The Blind Beast, a deranged, scarred and sightless sculptor kidnaps a model and imprisons her in a psychedelic labyrinth of giant sculpted eyes and other outlandish body parts, before dismembering her in a fearful blood-orgy. Learn More
After writing his two autobiographical volumes, Drawing Sexy Women and The Crystal Ballroom, where Frank Thorne roamed deliciously from his accustomed milieu, he returns to amorous prose with Nymph. Learn More
The classic erotic novel, THE STORY OF O relates the love of a beautiful Parisian fashion photographer for Rene. As part of that intense love, she demands debasement and severe sexual and psychological tests. It is a unique work not to be missed. Learn More
The secret journal which the Marquis de Sade risked severe punishment in order to maintain, even when ill and ageing at Charenton asylum, reveals the shadowy life of an exceptional, complex man whose philosophies and works are legendary. Learn More
White Stains remains Aleister Crowley's most infamous work, his attempt at taking the Satanic/erotic decadence of Baudelaire and ramping it up to new extremes of degradation, sexual depravity and demonic frenzy. Learn More