Beaver Street: A History of Modern Pornography by Robert Rosen (Headpress)
Ever wonder what kind of creature lurked beyond the green XXX door, helping create the $8 billion a year monster that is the porn industry? Ever wonder how Marvel’s X-Men, the Incredible Hulk, and Spiderman himself were behind it all?
The superhero tale is revealed in the just released, no-holes-barred Beaver Street: A History of Modern Pornography about men of steel, women of easy persuasion, phone sex, and the revolutionary fusion of computers and erotica.
The author is porn wunderkind Robert Rosen, known to men's magazine fans as Bobby Paradise. He studied under Catch-22's Joseph Heller at New York's City College in the '70s. He spent the next eight years freelancing and writing speeches for the Secretary of the Air Force. Between gigs, he drove a cab.