Item #5644 Dominatrix. Myron Kosloff, Eric Stanton, pseud. Paul Little, cover.

Dominatrix

New York: Market Arcade/Unique Books, 1968. 1st Edition. 12mo, publisher’s stiff illustrated wraps.

Pulp paperback depicting the sexually sadistic exploits of bisexual college senior Drusilla Hammond, by prolific sleaze writer Paul Little, "the man of 100 pseudonyms." Published one year after the term was coined in The Bizarre Lovemakers (1967), this is the first book to use "dominatrix" in its title. It was through publications such as this that it entered popular usage and became applied to the profession. A businessman, professor, music critic, chess champion, and gourmand, Little produced one of the the most extensive bodies of erotic literature, with over 700 soft-core porn novels to his many names. Cover illustration by underground fetish cartoonist Eric Stanton, who illustrated almost all of the books in publisher Unique's brief run. Originally Selbee Publications, Unique was established by Leonard Burtman, father of the modern fetish publishing industry and creator of the first fetish-inspired publishing enterprise Exotique. Issued as UB152 in the publisher's catalog. Minor rubbing to wraps. Near fine. Item #5644

$175.00

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