Another week of novelty at Jumbelbook. This time we have a hand-curated bundle on the subject of sexual relations but for the first time there is a non-fiction piece included!
The first story is Kings Queens and the Peasants by George Gad Economou. A great piece in which lifestyle and idleness clash into fascinating interpersonal relationships.
George Gad Economou, born in Athens, Greece in 1990, has an MA in Philosophy of Science. He does not remember a time in his life where he did not write, and is currently unemployed in Athens. His first novel, The Elixir of Youth, was published in Greece in 2010, and his English short stories have appeared in horror outlets, such as Black Petals, Blood Moon Rising, and the inaugural issue of The Chamber Magazine.
The second piece is The Catch by Ty Spencer Vossler. A good fisherman is patient. Luis wants to sleep with Wyler’s beautiful Mexican wife, Lucia, and has waited for the right time to cast his line. He catches a very good time.
Ty Spencer Vossler (MFA) currently lives in Tlaxcala, Mexico with his BMW (beautiful Mexican wife) and their daughter. He is a prolific writer, and has published over seventy works in the past three years, including novels, novellas, many short stories, poems and essays. Vossler’s work has appeared on four continents. He attributes his originality to the fact that he shot his television over two decades ago. Recently, he published The Eye of Espinoza (World Castle Books).
The inaugural piece of non-fiction is The Freaks’ Roll Call by Leon Horton; a humorous piece regarding perceptions of sexual deviancy and how they have changed over the last thirty years. This piece has previously been published by International Times.
Leon Horton is a cultural journalist and features writer. After gaining his masters degree from the University of Salford, he worked as a court reporter at Manchester Crown Court, cut his teeth on local magazines, enjoyed a caretaker stint as the editor of Old Trafford News then returned to freelance writing. His work is published in International Times, Literary Heist, Nexus New Times, the Animals’ Voice, Empty Mirror and Erotic Review. Leon lives in Manchester, England.
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