Female spies from Asia are every bit as dangerous – and as seductive – as their Western counterparts.
B. Alexandra Szerlip, Contributor
Two-time National Endowment for the Arts fellow B. Alexandra Szerlip is the author of The Man Who Designed the Future: Norman Bel Geddes and the Invention of Twentieth Century America (Melville House, New York / London), voted “One of the Top Ten Arts Books of 2017” by the American Library Association. She’s also a painter and mixed-media sculptor.
Shunga were highly erotic Japanese paintings and woodblock prints characterized by meticulously detailed genitalia, astonishing physical contortions, and occasional witty dialogue or commentary.