Available October 1, 2016 in print, pdf or epub
It was a good start…
In 1886, the German psychiatrist Dr. von Krafft-Ebing published a ground-breaking book of forensic case-studies of sexual deviancy, Psychopathia Sexualis. The premise was that not all sexual deviancy had a criminal aspect; mental health was a factor. This new scientific approach aided further research and eased social stigma, but it neglected the human aspect of the situations.
The book, though somewhat edited, is still used by physicians and judges today.
Here are six stories that explore the humans behind the cases.
Upcoming readings and literary events are listed here.
Epub or pdf: $4.00 CAD
Print: $10.00 CAD
Kobo ebook here.
Glad Day Bookshop here.
Print, epub and pdf copies can be obtained from the author (click here and send an email, please).
EXCERPTS AND REVIEWS
On Goodreads here.
Excerpt from Periodical Insanity here.
Excerpt from Defilement here.
Excerpt from Hæmatolagnia here.