PIVO, PORNO, PIMPIN’

a writer in exile

synopsis

I permanently exited the United States in 2003 to be happy and get laid, to put things the most simply. What I did — including but not limited to pimping rent boys and fucking around a lot — and the things that happened to me — homelessness and deportation (like Ginsberg!) — often seemed unbelievable to the readers of my blog at the time.

But not to me. Somehow it all made sense, and no matter how far I fell, or how long I went without eating or sleeping indoors, most of the time I was deliriously happy, and more often than not drunk.

“How could an educated person end up like this?” a reader once asked.

I did it to be free.

This new site reproduces 5 years’ worth of lightly edited material I created extemporaneously while I lived in Prague among the rent boys and the down ‘n’ outs. I’ll also be adding fresh writing that fills in some of the obvious and not-so-obvious gaps — a tell-all, of sorts.

(Former readers, you ain’t read nothin’ yet.)

In addition, I’ll be sharing a couple other writing projects. Find out more about them on the About page.

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Ovi, a Romanian rent boy I met in Prague
This isn’t me; it’s Ovi, a Romanian dude with a big, beautiful cock, one of the few that I never got around to sucking.

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“Bein’ a pervert was the only way I ever learned anything worth knowin'”

Shit Haskell, Through the Valley of the Nest of Spiders
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Samuel R. Delany
About me

I have been a traveler, a cook, a tour guide, an editor, an art critic, a photographer, a pimp, a thief, and a pornographer.

I am and always will be a writer.

I’m a pretty good kisser, too. Just ask Laco.

a stolen kiss

““The only important elements in any society are the artistic and the criminal, because they alone, by questioning the society’s values, can force it to change.”

― Comet Jo in Empire Star
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