Thanks to Andy Warhol, I’ve come to realize that this girlie magazine is a work of art in progress.
Hello, all my fans of erotic flash fiction who live all over the world! Welcome to my girlie magazine, a magazine of sex as art and entertainment, a magazine of gangbang stories as character studies.
It will be partly sunny with the high around 90 in Pittsburgh today. I’m happy to report that the magazine did get the extra funding I was expecting it to get. So this month I’ll publish erotic flash fiction by Bethany Sage, Heather Kinnane and Alexa Night. “Loosening The Tongue” by Bethany Sage was published this morning.
Andy Warhol challenged the very concept of what was art. He made movies in which very little happened on the screen (it all happened in your mind). He made unscripted movies with non-actors and he made the non-actors Superstars. Today, if you own an original print of one of his movies, you could probably sell it and retire. If anyone else today made that kind of a movie, he or she couldn’t give it away. That’s because Andy’s greatest work of art was Andy Warhol.
And in some strange way that I can’t explain, this has been an epiphany for me. Andy Warhol has freed me up to make this girlie magazine a work of art in progress. My canvas is this website. This girlie magazine of erotic flash fiction is my factory. My contributors are my assistants. And I will create a work of art one blog post at a time.
Remember, I feature a new blog post on the front page every day. So come back tomorrow. This is the Old Soldier reporting for the PittsburghFlashFiction, a girlie magazine of erotic flash fiction and gangbang stories as character studies.
The best stories about sex are not about sex at all. They’re about character. They’re about relationships.–Guy Hogan