About Lillian Ann Slugocki
Lillian Ann Slugocki has created an award-winning body of work on women and sexuality, for performance and for print; Off-Broadway (The Public Theater, New Georges, LAByrinth, Primary Stages, Circle Repertory, Naked Angels) on NPR and WBAI radio, and Salon.com. Her work has been reviewed in The New York Times, The Village Voice, Art in America, The New Yorker, The Daily News, The New York Post, Time Out, The Guardian, The Daily Telegraph, The London Sunday Times, Her short erotic fiction has been published by Seal Press, Cleis Press, Heinemann Press, American Theatre magazine and her award-winning show, The Erotica Project, written in collaboration with Erin Cressida Wilson, was produced Off-Broadway at Joe’s Pub/The New York Shakespeare Festival, and later staged in San Francisco, Chico, Seattle, Charlottesville, and London, and published by Cleis Press. Her latest book, The Blue Hours, was published by Newtown Press, 2012. MA from NYU, 2008. Recent Credits: "Should You Ever Be Allowed to Feel This Good," The Big Book of Orgasms, edited by Rachel Kramer Bussel, Cleis Press, 2013. "What’s missing from their bodies is nothing to compared to what’s missing from their heads," Telegram Review, October 2013. "The Lords of Misrule, A Conversation with Deborah Oster Pannell" at Vida/Her Kind.Bodies Are Genuis: The World According to Meg Pokrass at Bloom/The Millions, "ER Chronicles (1)" published in September 2013 in Deep Water Literary Journal. "Streetcar Deconstructed," published in A Wreckage of Reason 2: Back to the Drawing Board, an anthology of Experimental Female Writers, Spuyten Duyvil Press, January 2014 and co-founder with Meg Pokrass of Flash Fiction Highway.
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