Spaceways #2 Corundum's Woman

By: Cleve, John (Pseudonym Of Andrew Jefferson Offutt )

Price: $15.00

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Book Condition: Very Good+


This is a mass market paperback book and a stated first edition. The book is in Very Good+ condition and was issued without a dust jacket. There Is some rubbing and wear to the spine joints. The text pages are clean and bright. "Offutt wrote at least 420 pornographic/erotic works under seventeen different pen-names and house-names, including Opal Andrews, "Anonymous," Joe Brown, John Cleve, Camille Colben, Jack Cory, Jeremy Crebb, P. N. Dedeaux, John Denis, Jeff Douglas, Farrah Fawkes, Baxter Giles, Alan Marshall, Jeff Morehead, J. (John) X. Williams, Turk Winter, and Jeff Woodson. The first was Bondage Babes, published under the name Alan Marshall by Greenleaf in 1968; the first appearance of his principal pen name, John Cleve, was on Slave of the Sudan in 1969. According to his son Chris Offutt he came to regard Cleve as more a separate persona than a pen name, and his other aliases as Cleve's pen names, not his own. As "Cleve" he published more than 130 works of erotica before the market for erotica dried up about 1985; afterwards, turning to self-publishing, he issued 260 more as Turk Winter (an early "Cleve" pen name) over the next twenty-five years. Thirty more remained unpublished at the time of his death. So prolific was Offutt in this area that in summing up his writing career his son Chris wrote that he "came to understand that my father had passed as a science-fiction writer while actually pursuing a 50-year career as a pornographer." " (from Wikipedia)

Title: Spaceways #2 Corundum's Woman

Author Name: Cleve, John (Pseudonym Of Andrew Jefferson Offutt )

Categories: Science Fiction and Fantasy,

Edition: 1st Edition; 1st Printing

Publisher: New York, Berkeley Books / Playboy Books: 1982

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Very Good+

Size: Mass Market PB

Seller ID: A38150

Keywords: Science Fiction John Cleve Andrew J. Offutt Erotica Humor Pornography Science Fiction,