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1) Sanderson 
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Aby:

I only just saw your message, but if you want "good BDSM/Slavery reading material or authors" that is not at all vanilla, I strongly recommend the work of Ferranartist. His own website is unfortunately defunct, and I'm pretty sure he's no longer active (he issued a semi-valedictory message a while back), but some (not all) of his works are available for purchase at [www.a1adultebooks.com] there are a few other shorter pieces at bdsmlibrary.com.

On the "Hall of Fame" question, my trouble is that I don't really have enough sense of the history of the fetish to be able to distinguish the influential from the "merely" good.

For example, one of my all-time favorite GIMP novels is Omar Rivabella's Requiem for a Woman's Soul, first published in 1986. A splendid and haunting piece of literature, AND a highly graphic account of torture. Is it "influential"? I haven't a clue; but I'd have thought that on its merits it OUGHT to be, and that alone should qualify it for a "Hall of Fame" in my eyes.

Along the same lines (South American dictatorship literature), Ariel Dorfman's Death and the Maiden surely should qualify - but only the play, not the Polanski film, which (in my view) paradoxically sanitized the heroine's account of her torture by trying to make everything too visual.

I'm going to carry on thinking of others ...
 
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