2004-07-04 05:41:01 UTC
Kissinger" by Maurice Girodias (of Olympia Press fame). In "Venus Bound: The
Erotic Voyage of the Olympia Press and Its Writers", John de St. Jorre describes
it very intriguingly:
'' Calling the book ' a political science fiction ', Girodias blended current
events, science fiction and pornography...the story starts off by
establishing that a change in the American constitution allows a foreign-
born citizen to become president. Henry Kissinger wins the election, and
the yarn gathers momentum. Marco Vassi, one of Girodias' regular
writers, was assigned to add some sex scenes. One of the wildest has
Kissinger cavorting with a German girlfriend who is wearing her brother's
SS uniform while the statesman is in a frilly French maid's outfit..."
This book, published by Girodias' Venus-Freeway Press, may have caused
Girodias' problems with the INS and contributed to the end of his career
as a publisher. If anyone has read it, I would like to hear some comments.