We’re celebrating the June 29 release of The Con-a-Sutra with a special sweepstakes. The winner will receive an original piece of art titled “Animal Xing,” created for The Con-a-Sutra by famed comic artist J.K. Woodward! The illustration is 12 x 18″, ink on cold pressed cotton watercolor paper.
How to Enter
- Fill out the form below by midnight CST on June 30, 2021. U.S. residents, 18+ only. See the Official Rules.
- For additional entries:
- 1 additional entry: Pre-order The Con-a-Sutra from your retailer of choice and email your receipt to email@example.com.
- 1 additional entry: Tweet @SmartPopBooks with the hashtag #ConASutraSweepstakes and your best cosplay costume idea.
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About the Book
For everyone who’s a geek in the streets, a freak in the (Star Wars) sheets—or wants to be—comes a guide for nerds, by nerds.
Today’s nerds are loud, proud . . . and thirsty. They’ve stepped away from their action figure collections and toward the infinitely diverse collection of like-minded folk who are as turned on by cosplay as they are by foreplay.
But as knowledgeable as they are, nerds aren’t always experts when it comes to the logistics of sex. Enter The Con-a-Sutra: A Guide to Full Frontal Nerdity. This book is much more than The Idiot’s Guide to Mensa Sex and light years ahead of a collection of IKEA “put tab Blaarf into slot Numdoggal” instruction sheets.
Accompanied by classic comic book inspired art, noted fictional sexpert Professor Balls Xxxavier literally and figuratively illustrates the modern nerd’s wildest fantasies through a series of hilarious (if occasionally unachievable) sexual positions. Written to be inclusive of LGBTQ nerds, The Con-a-Sutra recognizes that nerds come in all body types, gender identities, and sexual orientations. Whether you prefer “The Splash Page,” “Wookiee Nookiee,” or “The Wayne Manner,” there is something here for everyone—even if only a hysterical and reference-packed break from your favorite smutty fanfic.
From viral fan artists to passionate gamers, and from talented cosplayers to bookworms with overflowing comic collections, nerds are found in every demographic of modern society, making this the perfect gift for your boyfriend, girlfriend, husband, wife, brother, sister, office-mate, nerd-in-law, or any of the millions of people who proudly belong to a pop culture fandom.
A comical compendium of con-friendly coitus, The Con-a-Sutra lets you boldly go where no nerd has gone before.
What People Are Saying About The Con-a-Sutra
“The Con-a-Sutra is an inclusive, fun-loving book for geeks across all types and fandoms looking for some fun loving. For those late-night convention hookups (let’s see if you really are a Sith in the sheets), as well as spicing things up with your long-term partner(s), it’s just what The Doctor (no, the other one) ordered.”
—Dr. Erin Macdonald, astrophysicist, writer, and Star Trek Science Consultant
“Remember when the Greatest American Hero lost the instruction manual for the super suit given to him by aliens? This is not that book. But maybe it should’ve been, because IT’S BETTER. For the first time, the heretofore secret knowledge presented in this tome empowers YOU, the fun-loving nerd who’s just looking for love in all the con places, to happily and positively interface with other life forms of this world or any other. So beam up off that Mattress of Solitude and prepare to go where you and other consenting adult fans have almost certainly wanted to go before.”
—Dayton Ward, New York Times bestselling author
“It’s always been easy for J.K. Woodward to flex his artistic muscles, but he may have pulled a muscle or two with these positions! The Con-a-Sutra is f*cking hilarious and a must for post-con hookups or to enjoy on a post-binge night at home.”
—Erica Schultz, bestselling author of the Xena: Warrior Princess, Charmed, and Legacy of Mandrake comic books
“After a year of painful physical separation and emotional isolation, we now have two Bat-Signals at the end of the tunnel: a vaccine and this inclusive and joyful blueprint on how to reconnect and have fun.”
—Darrell Taylor, host of the Mighty Marvel Mix, DC All Stars, and Go Trek Yourself podcasts
“Thanks to this collage of nerderotic knowledge, my next convention won’t be another mission for Hand Solo, if ya know what I mean.”
—Kevin Dilmore, author, journalist, sexual amateur