Join us for a frank discussion as Judith Walcutt explores the changing attitudes towards erotic literature in a brief romp through historic examples, up to the present, sharing the roadblocks she personally encountered in trying to get her book, "Memoirs of A Modern She-Noodle," published in the 1990s. Why did the release of "50 Shades of Grey" suddenly make erotica massively popular in mainstream culture? What changed and how? And what does it signify about us now?
Judith Walcutt is the founder and CEO of Otherworld Media, an internationally acclaimed media production company since 1981. She has been a professional in the broadcast, theatre, and communications fields for over thirty-five years, as a writer, director, producer, and executive producer. "Memoirs of a Modern She-Noodle" is her first published novel, in the character of Wynn Frolley.