The gorgeously illustrated July issue of The Amorist hits the shops of 20 July, but the new content - with many extra images - is already available to view on the App (which costs just £3.99 per issue instead of £4.95 for the print version).
To sign up for the App please go to the iTunes App Store by following this link https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/the-amorist/id1225129006 or if you're an android user, go to Amazon: https://www.amazon.co.uk/The-Amorist-Ltd/dp/B06Y6JWKF3 App subscribers will have access to a 20-minute free video courtesy of FrolicMe as well as extra, racier, content.
The forthcoming issue features a Summer Special on sun, sea, sand, sex (naturally) and of course holiday romance.
Bryony Gordon tells us why only British Beaches get her juices flowing; Clover Stroud on her wild cowboy love; Deborah Moggach delights in skinny dipping; interview with Immodesty Blaize, showgirl extraordinaire and the X-Factor stylist and Britain’s Next Top Model judge Grace Woodward bares all.
Regulars: Dolly Alderton asks: Where have all the single men gone?; Anthony McGowan is seduced by his teacher; Tanya Gold gets Oedipal; Manfession - threesomes aren't all they're cracked up to be (but we'd still like to see for ourselves)
Short stories: debut fiction on the erotic delights of the cricketer and Lucy Durneen’s thrilling ‘How we could learn from the dogs’
Leonora Carrington: Sex and surrealists
Egon Schiele: power to shock
John Wilmot, 2nd Earl of Rochester: poet, libertine and erotic adventurer
He denied it with his head held high, as any self-respecting adulterer would
Gabriel Garcia Marquez (on Bill Clinton)