Saturday, May 19, 2012

Kinky Kiss and Tell: Eve Sloan from Eve: Portrait of a Submissive by Steve Maser


Steve Maser’s interview with Eve Sloan, heroine of Eve: Portrait of a Submissive.

(Author’s note: This interview took place in December, 1976)

What's your favorite ice cream?

(Laughs) I suppose that's meant as an icebreaker. Chocolate sundaes. I love ice cream but Roger only lets me have it occasionally. He doesn’t want me to get fat. It’s like a special privilege, but then everything I get to do is a privilege, isn’t it?

What is your favorite thing about Roger?

Oh my God, there are so many things! It’s the whole package—he’s handsome, virile and so intelligent, and he has good taste in everything. He’s someone I can really look up to. I’ve always needed a man I could look up to.

What does he do that is most annoying?

Hm, let me think. You know he doesn’t have any really annoying habits. I mean he snores, but everyone does that. I do wish sometimes he wouldn’t put so much time at work. He gets involved in some project where he works all kinds of hours and then I miss him. But I guess it’s like that in business. Funny, I never imagined I would fall in love with a businessman. I used to be kind of a hippy, you know? (Laughs) Life is so weird, isn’t it?

What is your favorite sexual talent of Roger?

Now that’s another one of those where-do-I-begin questions! I guess you know I love being spanked? He’s so good at it too, the way he varies the strokes, finds just the right time to increase the pressure. He plays me like an instrument. And then of course there’s the fucking! He has such control, he can go on forever. I never used to come as often as I do with him,

What is your favorite movie?

That’s changing the subject! Let’s see, ever hear of Jules et Jim? It’s a French movie, by Truffaut. It’s a very romantic movie, a love story.

You like love stories?

Sure, who doesn’t. I don’t mean the silly sentimental kinds, the Hollywood kind. More like the great love stories of literature.

Such as

Oh, let’s see, Wuthering Heights maybe.

Is Roger like Heathcliff?

(Laughs) Sure. Only he’s a little nicer, don’t you think?

What addiction can you not live without?

Apart from Roger you mean? Reading. I couldn’t live without books.

What kind of books?

Mostly literature, fiction, poetry too.

What would you like to come back as if you're reincarnated?

Boy you ask some weird questions! How can I imagine coming back as someone who doesn’t exist yet? Okay, let’s see. Hm. I guess I’d like to come back as a famous writer. I like to write but I don’t think I have much talent. But as long as we’re fantasizing why can’t I come back as a great writer? Of course I’d also want to meet someone like Roger who would dominate me. It could be Roger himself, but maybe that’s asking too much.

If your life were a book, what would you prefer the author not tell readers about you?

Now that’s an interesting one. Let me think. What don’t I want people to know? Well, I’m still struggling with the whole slavery thing. Only a few of our friends know. I mean I love it but not many people would understand. Sometimes I don’t understand myself.

What is it about this lifestyle that appeals to you?

“Lifestyle.” I like that. So what do I like about the slave “lifestyle”? I guess it’s that I love being controlled, of having to obey him. It’s funny because before I met him I thought of myself as a rebel. He laughed when I told him that. Human nature is so strange. By the way this interview is supposed to be anonymous, isn’t it?

Yes. Suppose it wasn’t though? Would you do the interview anyway?

You ask some tough questions, sir! I suppose I’d have to if Roger told me to, wouldn’t I? But he wouldn’t make me do something that would make me really uncomfortable. At least I hope not. But if he did? ... Well, anything else you want to know?

No. Thanks Eve.

Thank Roger, he’s the one making me do it. (Laughs) So where is this going to appear? The Village Voice?

No. I want to write a novel about a girl in this kind of Master/slave lifestyle relationship. I’ve been looking for the right girl as a model. Someone with intelligence, wit, personality. You fit the bill pretty well.

Well thanks for the compliment sir! So this is research, sort of?

You could say that.

Well, check back in a couple of years if you haven’t finished. My life is still a work in progress.

Thanks, I’ll do that.


Eve: Portrait of a Submissive is available direct from Pink Flamingo as well as Amazon and several ebook sites.




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