It will be available at Barnes & Noble and Amazon soon enough. Until then it’s on sale at the link above.
Previous books still at 20% discount.
Having restored the seven books of poetry with which I am at least partly content, I discounted the fuckers by 20% for an undisclosed length of time too.
So buy one or more of these cheap, if you want. I promise to spend any profits on hard drugs.
passion is dead flesh (chapbook)
too much human (chapbook)
& here at Michael Mc Aloran’s Black Editions Press are two chapbooks & a full length.
These three, together with the four full lengths at Oneiros Books mentioned in the previous post, are the only works by me of which I partly approve, & I hope that they do not suck too grotesquely. I shall not promote them more after this, but feel that they have a right to exist even if this blog is now more for promoting collaborative work with Jennifer.
Here is the homepage of Oneiros Books at Paraphilia Magazine. There are four books by me there. They were previously retired, but I just restored them all. Soon to be restoring the two chapbooks and one full length that are at Black Editions.
The reason for this restoration is reading them, comparing them with works by others, and noting that they aren’t that fucking dreadful. The novels will not be restored; they suck too much for that.
I shall, however, only be publishing in the future collaboratively with Jennifer, with whom I am well pleased.
Amazon have remedied the patriarchal inequality, but David is still Daddy.
Here are the books. First the collaborative, by Jennifer S. Chesler & David McLean:
Then by David McLean on his own:
Poems for Jennifer.
Two of these are available as e-books, not with Apple though 🙂
Originally, Amazon posted our collaborative works as being written by David McLean alone. We complained about this, explaining that we were co-authors, as the description provided makes perfectly clear.. Now they have, as you shall see at the links, decided, in their infinite wisdom, to credit me as author & Jennifer S. Chesler as contributor. Maybe contributing by making coffee? WTF?
Correctly attributed, however, is my book about Jennifer:
In our researches, Jennifer Chesler & i have encountered a challenge & a terrible dilemma. OMG, there are more tapes, where are the lost tapes? Our sex life, our mental health, our age play, & our literary development depend upon these tapes, detailing the exploits of the spanking judge (the Texan one, not the fictional Italian one). we cannot express strongly enough how this material excites us, & clearly others, as shown by the missing comments section on the YouTube version of the tape that we possess.