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Set in Los Angeles amidst a dying adult film industry, real-life porn star and cam model Danny Wylde recounts the end of his career. He bears his last months with the death of a friend, a client's dangerous fantasy, a secret boyfriend, and a family bent on destroying him. Wylde's second novel moves the literature of pornography's narrative past its decadent history and into the world of disposable, tube-site celebrity, month-to-month living, and dissolving barriers between consumer and consumed.
Christopher Zeischegg is a writer, musician, and filmmaker. He spent eight years working in the adult film industry as performer, Danny Wylde. He's been a contributor to The Feminist Porn Book, Best Sex Writing 2015, and a variety of online publications, such as Medium and Nerve. His first novel, Come to my Brother, was released in 2013 through Queer Young Cowboys. And his industrial metal band, Chiildren, released their first EP, The Other People, through Bit Riot Records. In 2013, he appeared alongside Lindsay Lohan and James Deen in The Canyons, directed by Paul Schrader and written by Bret Easton Ellis. He lives in Los Angeles.