Without Wax

Who Is Wax Williams Ted Romling Wax is the ne plus ultra the ultimate, nothing beyond him, nothing greater His loss will affect the porn industry in myriad ways He brought people into the stores.Renee Salmon People always ask me if Wax Williams was the love of my life I tell them that he was the love of this life for me And maybe he was the love of a past life, tooWho Is Wax Williams Ted Romling Wax is the ne plus ultra the ultimate, nothing beyond him, nothing greater His loss will affect the porn industry in myriad ways He brought people into the stores.Renee Salmon People always ask me if Wax Williams was the love of my life I tell them that he was the love of this life for me And maybe he was the love of a past life, too The older I get, the I realize that everything I do is guided by my past lives We are born and born again Sex is the connector.Lyle Mammon I am not a thief I m a man who met up with a boy with a tremendous cock, and I rode that cock to the bank.Ty Boyce I am Lyle Mammon s amanuensis He hired me to transcribe dirty dictation Plus I have some ideas of my own Over the years I have developed some expertise at the double entendre And I am a tireless pursuer of the koan like single entendre.Todd Insulin Wax s stardom in the world of adult films coincided with porn s largest growth spurt in public consumption.Wax Williams People are always so critical of porno actors We might not be good actors, but the truth is nobody knows how to act before they have sex or after.Interweaving traditional narrative with consumer profiles, faux interviews, court depositions, and a film script, Without Wax is a fictional biography that provides an intriguing glimpse into the adult entertainment industry.
Without Wax Who Is Wax Williams Ted Romling Wax is the ne plus ultra the ultimate nothing beyond him nothing greater His loss will affect the porn industry in myriad ways He brought people into the stores Renee

  • Title: Without Wax
  • Author: William Walsh
  • ISBN: 9781934081013
  • Page: 456
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Without Wax”

    1. In doing some Google research on this novel, I came across many different meanings attributable to the title of the book, but the one that intrigued me the most was one I came across first in the Urban Dictionary (though you can find it elsewhere):Back in the day when people still made sculptures, some artists made mistakes. To correct these mistakes when making a sculpture of stone, they would use a colored wax to fill in the mistake. A truly great sculpture was described as being “without wa [...]

    2. Now what was Gustave Flaubert doing, writing about the adulteries of a vapid housewife, a woman w/ the sensibility of a mall-browser? What, if not what William Walsh is doing here, in this docu-novel of a porn star, a boy with stars in his eyes but nothing but dim bulbs behind them? WITHOUT WAX, the title, offers an intriguing echo of the author's name, yes -- & yes, the story's protagonist, who earns his living at triple-X & who's gifted between the legs by many multiples more, is one W [...]

    3. The documentary style was strange, but not necessarily off-putting. A quick read. Be ready for LOTS of sex though.

    4. In the middle of this book. Felt quite pervy when I first started it, and found myself blushing on the bus once or twice. But, you reach a certain point in reading the book, where the writing and the story take over and force you beyond the emphasis on the sex. It's really interesting thus far. Will post more later.

    5. Some good porn-lit fun, written in a mix of oral biography and VH1's Behind The Music dramatics. Some parts are so smutty that you'll want to wash your hands soon after. Kind of reminded me of Eric Spitznagel's Fast Forward.

    6. Without Wax was William's Walsh's first novel, before Questionstruck, and it's altogether a different animal from that work (and, presumably, from his forthcoming collection, Ampersand, Mass). The fast-paced novel, while dealing with the taboo topic of porn, is very smart and very funny. The narrator seems neither to condone nor to condemn "Wax," who seems to be a really nice guy who just happened to end up making his living doing dirty films after long-term "therapy" during his stunted childhoo [...]

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