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Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Bad Sex Awards on again!

A Newsnight editor has been shortlisted for a Bad Sex award by the Literary Review.

Paul Mason, who is the economics editor of the BBC programme, could win the prize for having written the worst sex scene in fiction over the past year, according to the Evening Standard.

The 52-year-old from Leigh in Lancashire is nominated for a passage in his debut book Rare Earth, which features an overweight businessman struggling to manoeuvre himself into a tantric position:

“He began thrusting wildly in the general direction of her chrysanthemum but missing, his paunchy frame shuddering with the effort of remaining rigid and upside down. ‘The cartel, sells, to the global market,’ he panted... He switched to some ancient steppe language as he ejaculated, blubbering and incoherent.”

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