There are a lot of naked women on this blog. The Old Soldier is unapologetic about this. It’s a marketing tool. It brings in readers; but there is a deeper reason than just marketing.
I truly believe that with the right lighting and the right pose the naked female body becomes something that is infinitely appealing to the eyes of men and women. The naked female body becomes art. I bet Andy Warhol, a Pittsburgh boy, would agree with me.
As the editor/publisher of the Pittsburgh Flash Fiction Gazette, I’m trying something that may be unique. I’m trying to present a publication that deals with current events, writing, blogging, life and adult themes.
The Old Soldier is trying to promote flash fiction, to make a home for other flash fiction writers and poets and writers of non-fiction. To be a paying market for writers.
Woman As Art is an important part of this editorial policy. Woman As Art gets at the core of what this publication is all about.
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