Synopses & Reviews
High concept erotic novel that erupts like poetry.
Kissing Oscar Wilde is the true memoir of author Jade Sylvan, who went to Paris to chase love and a man but was awakened by the endless open doors provided by new lovers in all forms. We follow her trail from America to the endless undergound world of artists, food and sex in this new non-fiction venture. The book paints a portrait of the artist as a conflicted queer trying to understand the mechanics of love in what Sylvan calls a "deconstruction of romance."