The following books are available for review. If you are interested in reviewing one of the books below, please email us at email@example.com.
David Church. 2016. Disposable Passions: Vintage Pornography and the Material Legacies of Adult Cinema. London: Bloomsbury.
Brent Pilkey, Rachael Scicluna, Ben Campkin and Barbara Penner. 2017. Sexual and Gender at Home: Experience, Politics, Transgression. London: Bloomsbury – [eBook]
Claire O’Callaghan. Sarah Waters: Gender and Sexual Politics. London: Bloomsbury – [eBook]
David M. Halperin and Trevor Hoppe, eds. 2017. The War on Sex. Durham: Duke University Press – [eBook]
Sherianne Kramer. 2017. Female-Perpetrated Sex Abuse: Knowledge, Power and the Cultural Conditions of Victimhood. London: Routledge.
Paul J. Maginn and Christine Steinmetz, eds. 2015. (Sub)Urban Sexscapes: Geographies and Regulation of the Sex Industry. London: Routledge.
John Tulloch and Belinda Middleweek. 2017. Real Sex Films: The New Intimacy and Risk in Cinema. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Jeffrey Weeks. 2018. Sex, Politics and Society: The Regulation of Sexuality Since 1800. 4th Edition. London: Routledge.
Guidance for writing book reviews:
Since our focus is on sex on screen and sexual cultures, we are keen for reviewers to bear this focus in mind when writing reviews. Reviews should be 750 words and are due 2 months after receipt of the book/eBook. We don’t have any hard and fast rules about reviews but we do like this blog post on writing engaging, fair and publishable book reviews that we encourage you to read. Do also take a look at our past reviews.