Synopses & Reviews
America’s premier sex advice columnist takes on edgier-than-ever sex-positive topics with his signature candor in his first illustrated collection of adults-only essays, coinciding with the 30th anniversary of the Savage Love column. B Is for Boredom
F Is for Fuck First
G Is for GGG (Good Giving Game)
M Is for Monogamish
Dan Savage has been talking frankly about sex and relationships for 30 years, and has built an international following thanks to his sex-positive Savage Love column and podcast. To celebrate this milestone comes Savage Love from A to Z, an illustrated collection of 26 never-before-published essays that provides a thoughtful, frank dive into Savage’s trademark phrases and philosophies. This hardcover book is for anyone who’s had sex, is currently having sex, or hopes to have sex!
Essays cover a variety of topics:
Whether he’s talking about issues like compatibility or specific sex acts, you can be sure he’s giving it to you straight. Short excerpts from his classic columns kick off each essay and cheeky illustrations by his longtime collaborator Joe Newton complement the topic at hand. Savage has moved the needle toward a more open discourse around sex, relationships, and intimacy, and this book will both inspire and inform his legions of fans. An ideal stocking stuffer!
"The book is a victory lap for a writer who has personally made a huge swath of Americans better people and better lovers—less judgmental, more communicative, more generous." Slate
"Thirty years later, the [Savage Love] column is still going strong, running in newspapers all over the world — plus [Savage] hosts a podcast and has written several books. [He] has become a cultural force in the world of LGBT rights, sex, love and relationships. He has coined new words and ideas for how to be intimate and adventurous, and how to redefine commitment as relationships evolve." The Washington Post
About the Author
Dan Savage writes the sex-and-relationship advice column "Savage Love." He is also the founder of the It Gets Better Project and editorial director of The Stranger.