Prepare to Squirm

“Absinthe” by Tony-Paul de Vissage, 2016 The Absinthe of the title is not the famous liquor, but a character. And here the Green Fairy is male, a green-eyed addiction summoned by Voodoo. Perhaps here de Vissage is interpreting the word fairy in the modern vernacular. But this is a tale of passions in the sultry swamps of Louisiana two hundred years ago. It's a tale of white gentry and black slaves and red Indians, all coming together in lust and magic. Everyone in the book is getting into somebody's pants and if this book is any indication, it would appear that almost every man in New France and Old was gay or at least bi. One exception is the old witch woman, Maman Lusa. But then, clea

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