Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Off the Chain Volume 3

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Off the Chain Volume 3 the third installment of my anthology series will be available December of 2009.
If you found it hard to handle the ride with the first two volumes then you better hold on even tighter when this literary hootchie koochie ride takes off.

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Saturday, December 13, 2008

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Sunday, December 7, 2008

Slavery Haunts America’s Plantation Prisons--Angola Prison

Slavery Haunts America’s Plantation Prisons
Wednesday, 03 September 2008
Black Agenda Report
by Maya Schenwar

Angola Prison

Angola Prison isn't "even really a metaphor for slavery. Slavery is what's going on." The plantation prisons of Louisiana, Texas and Arkansas are the closest approximation to America's peculiar institution - places where involuntary servitude is legal under the 13th Amendment. And like slaves, most Angola prisoners will die on the plantation, "due to some of the harshest sentencing practices in the country." Angola prisoners are paid anywhere from four to twenty cents per hour...and only get to keep half of that." The rest is put away for after their release - a day that most will never see.

by Maya Schenwar
This article originally appeared in Truthout.org.

"The basic system of Angola and its environs have remained static since the days of slavery."

On an expanse of 18,000 acres of farmland, 59 miles northwest of Baton Rouge, long rows of men, mostly African-American, till the fields under the hot Louisiana sun. The men pick cotton, wheat, soybeans and corn. They work for pennies, literally. Armed guards, mostly white, ride up and down the rows on horseback, keeping watch. At the end of a long workweek, a bad disciplinary report from a guard - whether true or false - could mean a weekend toiling in the fields. The farm is called Angola, after the homeland of the slaves who first worked its soil.

This scene is not a glimpse of plantation days long gone by. It's the present-day reality of thousands of prisoners at the maximum security Louisiana State Penitentiary, otherwise known as Angola. The block of land on which the prison sits is a composite of several slave plantations, bought up in the decades following the Civil War. Acre-wise, it is the largest prison in the United States. Eighty percent of its prisoners are African-American.

"Angola is disturbing every time I go there," Tory Pegram, who coordinates the International Coalition to Free the Angola 3, told Truthout. "It's not even really a metaphor for slavery. Slavery is what's going on."

Mwalimu Johnson, who spent 15 years as a prisoner at the penitentiary and now works as executive secretary of the Capital Post-Conviction Project of Louisiana, concurred.

"I would truthfully say that Angola prison is a sophisticated plantation," Johnson told Truthout. "'Cotton is King' still applies when it come to Angola."

Angola is not alone. Sixteen percent of Louisiana prisoners are compelled to perform farm labor, as are 17 percent of Texas prisoners and a full 40 percent of Arkansas prisoners, according to the 2002 Corrections Yearbook, compiled by the Criminal Justice Institute. They are paid little to nothing for planting and picking the same crops harvested by slaves 150 years ago.

"It's not even really a metaphor for slavery. Slavery is what's going on."

Many prison farms, Angola included, have gruesome post-bellum histories. In the 1950s, '60s and '70s, Angola made news with a host of assaults - and killings - of inmates by guards. In 1952, a group of Angola prisoners found their work conditions so oppressive that they resorted to cutting their Achilles' tendons in protest. At Mississippi's Parchman Farm, another plantation-to-prison convert, prisoners were routinely subjected to near-death whippings and even shootings for the first half of the 20th century. Cummins Farm, in Arkansas, sported a "prison hospital" that doubled as a torture chamber until a federal investigation exposed it in 1970. And Texas's Jester State Prison Farm, formerly Harlem Prison Farm, garnered its claim to fame from eight prisoners who suffocated to death after being sealed into a tiny cell and abandoned by guards.

Since a wave of activism forced prison farm brutalities into the spotlight in the 1970s, some reforms have taken place: At Angola, for example, prison violence has been significantly reduced. But to a large extent, the official stories have been repackaged. State correctional departments now portray prison farm labor as educational or vocational opportunities, as opposed to involuntary servitude. The Alabama Department of Corrections web site, for example, states that its "Agriculture Program" "allows inmates to be trained in work habits and allows them to develop marketable skills in the areas of: Farming, Animal Husbandry, Vegetable, meat, and milk processing."

According to Angola's web site, "massive reform" has transformed the prison into a "stable, safe and constitutional" environment. A host of new faith-based programs at Angola have gotten a lot of media play, including features in The Washington Post and The Christian Science Monitor.

Cathy Fontenot, Angola's assistant warden, told Truthout that the penitentiary is now widely known as an "innovative and progressive prison."

"The warden says it takes good food, good medicine, good prayin' and good playin' to have a good prison," Fontenot said, referring to the head warden, Burl Cain. "Angola has all these."

However, the makeover has been markedly incomplete, according to prisoners and their advocates.

"Most of the changes are cosmetic," said Johnson, who was released from Angola in 1992 and, in his new capacity as a prison rights advocate, stays in contact with Angola prisoners. "In the conventional plantations, slaves were given just enough food, clothing and shelter to be a financial asset to the owner. The same is true for the Louisiana prison system."

"Cummins Farm, in Arkansas, sported a ‘prison hospital' that doubled as a torture chamber until a federal investigation exposed it in 1970."

Wages for agricultural and industrial prison labor are still almost nonexistent compared with the federal minimum wage. Angola prisoners are paid anywhere from four to twenty cents per hour, according to Fontenot. Agricultural laborers fall on the lowest end of the pay scale.

What's more, prisoners may keep only half the money they make, according to Johnson, who notes that the other half is placed in an account for prisoners to use to "set themselves up" after they're released.

Besides the fact that two cents an hour may not accumulate much of a start-up fund, there is one glaring peculiarity about this arrangement: due to some of the harshest sentencing practices in the country, most Angola prisoners are never released. Ninety-seven percent will die in prison, according to Fontenot.

(Ironically, the "progressive" label may well apply to Angola, relative to some locations: In Texas, Arkansas and Georgia, most prison farms pay nothing at all.)

Angola prisoners technically work eight-hour days. However, since extra work can be mandated as a punishment for "bad behavior," hours may pile up well over that limit, former prisoner Robert King told Truthout.

"Prisoners worked out in the field, sometimes 17 hours straight, rain or shine," remembered King, who spent 29 years in solitary confinement at Angola, until he was released in 2001 after proving his innocence of the crime for which he was incarcerated.

"Most Angola prisoners are never released. Ninety-seven percent will die in prison."

It's common for Angola prisoners to work 65 hours a week after disciplinary reports have been filed, according to Johnson. Yet, those reports don't necessarily indicate that a prisoner has violated any rules. Johnson describes guards writing out reports well before the weekend, fabricating incident citations, then filling in prisoners' names on Friday, sometimes at random. Those prisoners would then spend their weekend in the cotton fields.

Although mechanical cotton pickers are almost universally used on modern-day farms, Angola prisoners must harvest by hand, echoing the exact ritual that characterized the plantation before emancipation.

According to King, these practices are undergirded by entrenched notions of race-based authority.

"Guards talked to prisoners like slaves," King told Truthout. "They'd tell you the officer was always right, no matter what."

During the 1970s, prisoners were routinely beaten or "dungeonized" without cause, King said. Now, guards' power abuses are more expertly concealed, but they persist, fed by racist assumptions, according to King.

Johnson described some of the white guards burning crosses on prison lawns.

Much of this overt racism stems from the way the basic system - and even the basic population - of Angola and its environs have remained static since the days of slavery, according to Pegram. After the plantation was converted to a prison, former plantation overseers and their descendants kept their general roles, becoming prison officials and guards. This white overseer community, called B-Line, is located on the farm's grounds, both close to the prisoners and completely separate from them. In addition to their prison labor, Angola's inmates do free work for B-Line residents, from cutting their grass to trimming their hair to cleaning up Prison View Golf Course, the only course in the country where players can watch prisoners laboring as they golf.

"Angola prisoners are paid anywhere from four to twenty cents per hour."

Another landmark of the town, the Angola Prison Museum, is also run by multi-generation Angola residents. The museum exhibits "Old Sparky," the solid oak electric chair used for executions at Angola until 1991. Visitors can purchase shirts that read, "Angola: A Gated Community."

Despite its antebellum MO, Angola's labor system does not break the law. In fact, it is explicitly authorized by the Constitution. The 13th Amendment, which prohibits forced labor, contains a caveat. It reads, "Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime where of the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States."

That clause has a history of being manipulated, according to Fordham Law Professor Robert Kaczorowski, who has written extensively on civil rights and the Constitution. Directly after the 13th Amendment was enacted, it began to be utilized to justify slavery-like practices, according to Kaczorowski. Throughout the South, former slaves were arrested for trivial crimes (vagrancy, for example), fined, and imprisoned when they could not pay their fines. Then, landowners could supply the fine in exchange for the prisoner's labor, essentially perpetuating slavery.

Although such close reproductions of private enslavement were phased out, the 13th Amendment still permits involuntary servitude.

"Prisoners can be forced to work for the government against their will, and this is true in every state," Kaczorowski told Truthout.

In recent years, activists have begun to focus on the 13th Amendment's exception for prisoners, according to Pegram. African-Americans are disproportionately incarcerated; one in three black men has been in prison at some point in his life. Therefore, African-Americans are much more likely to be subject to involuntary servitude.

"I would have more faith in that amendment if it weren't so clear that our criminal justice system is racially biased in a really obvious way," Pegram said.

Prison activists like Johnson believe that ultimately, permanently changing the status quo at places like Angola may mean changing the Constitution - amending the 13th Amendment to abolish involuntary servitude for all.

"I don't have any illusions that this is a simple process," Johnson said. "Many people are apathetic about what happens in prisons. It would be very difficult, but I would not suggest it would be impossible."

"The 13th Amendment still permits involuntary servitude."

Even without a constitutional overhaul, some states have done away with prison farms of their own accord. In Connecticut, where the farms were prevalent before the 1970s, the farms have been phased out, partially due to the perceived slavery connection. "Many black inmates viewed farm work under these circumstances as too close to slavery to want to participate," according to a 1995 report to the Connecticut General Assembly.

For now, though, the prison farm is alive and well in Louisiana. And at Angola, many prisoners can expect to be buried on the land they till. Two cemeteries, Point Lookout 1 and 2, lie on the prison grounds. No one knows exactly how many prisoners are interred in the former, since, after a flood washed away the first Angola cemetery in 1927, the bodies were reburied in a large common grave.

Point Lookout 1 is now full, and with the vast majority of Angola's prisoners destined to die in prison, Point Lookout 2 is well on its way, according to King.

"Angola is pretty huge," King said. "They've got a lot of land to bury a lot of prisoners."

Maya Schenwar can be reached at Truthout.org.

Saturday, December 6, 2008

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Sunday, November 16, 2008

Westfield Mall - West London

I was in London two weeks ago and one of the top things on my list of to-dos was to check out the grand opening of Westfield Mall in West London and the largest indoor mall in Europe.

With stores from Tiffany, Parada, Next, The Limited, Hugo Boss, etc., and posh features of wine and caviar bars you can do everything from getting your shop, chill, or date on.

If you're in London, be sure to check it out. There is literally something there for everyone.


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Monday, November 10, 2008

Bareback Magazine's Review of Abundant Ministries

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Don't be fooled by the title, this book has all the elements for

an Euftis Emery book...a whole lot of drama and hot and

sticky sex! Abundant Ministries gives you a very insightful

look at what inspired Euftis to write his two previous books

Off da Chain Vol 1 & Off da Chain Vol 2 as it relates to the

dynamics of his disastrous relationship with his ex-wife .


Friday, June 27, 2008

My collaboration with Noire...

My collaboration with Noire will be available in August. Be sure to check out my new work with an urban flaire.

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Boasting an all-star lineup of some of today’s hottest authors–and sprinkled with heat from some fresh new talent too–this collection from Noire thoroughly lives up to her credo of giving her fans just what they like: street drama with a sheet-drenching erotic twist.

Here you’ll find sexy tales from fan favorites K’wan, Joy, Thomas Long, Jamise L. Dames, Andrea Blackstone, Gerald Malcom, Euftis Emery, Kweli Walker, and Erick Gray, along with two hot new voices: Aretha Temple and Plea$ure. Noire even supplies her own juicy addition to the hard-body lineup.

So beware: The heat and the drama between these pages are not fairy tales for the desperate housewife. Ride hard with Noire as her authors get their grind on and take it to the limits in From the Streets to the Sheets.

Wednesday, June 11, 2008

This weekend....

....I'm headed to Charlotte, NC to do some promotion work for my books.

If you're in the Charlotte area gimme a shout out.

Monday, April 21, 2008

Lexy Harper's review of Abundant Ministries

Preach on, my ‘freaky’ brother!

Freaks like me will love this book, I visualize the men jerking off all over the sexy photographs as they browse through Euftis’s no-holds-barred writing and the women making mental notes to try some of the freaky shit themselves.

Euftis exposes the hypocrisy and the cauldron of seething sexual desire hidden behind the four walls of many churches. The ‘brothers’ and ‘sisters’ who only attend church regularly to feast their eyes on the pastor or some other member of the congregation. The ones who employ only the missionary position in the marriage bed…and every other position when they are getting their freak on extra-maritally.

Euftis is growing as a writer, every new book is better than the one before and if you loved his previous work this one will blow your mind. By the way, I have seen photographs of his friend Sergio and every time he mentions anal sex I pray that these stories are only loosely based on his life. If not, I take my hat off to those brave women who look that monster in the eye and still spread their cheeks!

Lexy Harper
Author of Bedtime Erotica

Sunday, April 20, 2008

I'm in the dictionary....LOL

I’m in the dictionary...
I periodically google myself to see who is talking about my work or adding my free content to their sites.

I was amused today to find a quote from Off the Chain Volume 2 has been added to the Wikipedia to help to describe the word, "twerk".


to twerk (third-person singular simple present twerks, present participle twerking, simple past and past participle twerked) To twitch or jerk.

2005, Florence Hall Abssi, The Call [6], page 613:
"He twerked an eyebrow at his wife."
To move the body in a sexually suggestive twisting fashion.

2005, Euftis Emery, Off the Chain [7], ISBN 1411630475, page 73,
Gaea then stood up over me and turned so that her butt was facing me. She then had the nerve to start twerking.

Thursday, March 27, 2008

My new baby....

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This is the year where I upgrade everything and first and foremost will the the purchase of my new baby...the Panasonic DVX100B.

As a spin off from my books, I shoot my own porn series with the content being sold exclusivly on the internet. With the purchase of my new baby, I will be upgrading my content and pressing it into DVD format that you can purchase at your favorite store where you get porn. :o)

This year I will also be ugrading my computer equipment, moving to the Mac upon which I will create audio book versions of all of my books and upgrading my x-rated internet show (Off the Chain Internet Radio) by a factor of ten.

Starting next month you can catch my show on Itunes and I promise that the video will be on and poppin!!!!!

I'm very excited about the new level of quality in the product that I will soon produce. Hopefully, you will be to. :o)


Friday, February 22, 2008

Review of my erotic novel Abundant Ministries

I just had to post this review.....

5.0 out of 5 stars Got Dayum...I couldn't keep my mouth closed, February 22, 2008
By A. Hernandez "Erotica Book Worm" (Boston, MA) - See all my reviews
Wow, OMG, No He Didn't and WTF, were the words that spilled from my mouth basically on every page. Like another reader said, don't let the title fool you, was right. Now, knowing the type of writer E is I was expecting it to be down and dirty, I got that and more. He never ceases to amaze me with his tact for getting you to feel like you're that fly on the wall, and many times I wish I was. This book explained allot of things that were left to my imagination from the 2 previous books Off da Chain Vol 1 and 2 in regards to his wife. At one point, before reading this book, was like geesh why he can't stand his ex-wife, she couldn't have been that bad. Well this answered any lingering questions I had. lol

There were many times on the train where I had to stop and re-read a section and check myself to make sure I just read what I did. lol I found myself becoming hot and bothered, as usual, laughing and just enjoying this book. I read it faster than I thought I would, but just couldn't put the book down. I had to force myself to stop reading so I could get some sleep. lol

Overall, as always I enjoy reading his work. He takes you there and back. Only thing I hate is when the story's over. I swear I go through withdrawal. Now I got to go out and get a book that somewhat comes close to his style and seek gratification from that. He has some suggestions of other authors so I'm gonna take him up on that.

Thanks E, much love and I promise not to harass you about Off da Chain Vol 3 lmao.

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Sunday, February 10, 2008

Outline for Off the Chain Volume 3

Following, is the tentative outline of short stories that will be in Off the Chain Volume 3. OTC V3 will be released after my next novel Keisha which will be released in November of 2008.

But take heart OTC fans. I will be releasing each individual story throughout the year in ebook and 3" x 5" book format. So you can read each story separately as they are released or purchase the complete volume when it is done.

If you don't have Abundant Ministries yet stop sleeping on me and go out and get it. It's the hottest erotica that I've written to date so check it out.

Outline of short stories for Off the Chain Volume 3

Bring Two
Bring Two Mo
Bring 2 One Mo ‘gain
Easy : Strippers
Easier : White Girls
Easiest : Church Girls
Erotic Arts Ball
May the Best Woman Win
Moi Toi
Nose Wide Open
Open Letter : Why I’m Fucking Your Wife
Paying Dividends
Recognize Game
Revenge is Best Served Between Your Best Friends Legs
Ten Minutes and Twenty Seconds
The Things Women Tell Me
Weekend at Tuskegee

Tuesday, January 15, 2008

The Darker Side of Pleasure (excerpt)

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Chapter One

BONDAGE. THE WORD REVERBERATED THROUGH Jillian's head, through her body, making her muscles tense and quiver.

Her stomach clenched as she pulled her sporty BMW into the driveway after a long day at work. She peered up at the sleek, modern expanse of redwood and glass her husband had designed for them six years ago, right after they'd married and moved to Seattle.

She took a deep breath and forced her hands to stop gripping the steering wheel. Tonight was the night. The night she and Cameron were going to start trying to put their marriage back together.

She yanked a little too hard on the parking brake, then grabbed her purse and the pretty pink shopping bag that held the new lingerie she'd bought for the occasion. Cameron was right. It had been ages since she'd dressed up for him. Hell, she'd been sleeping in the guest room for months. Not that that was his fault. It was her. She knew that. She just couldn't stand to be so close to him, with so much distance between them. It hurt too much.

Her nerves jangled as much as her keys did when she opened the front door. "Cam? You home?"

No answer. She exhaled on a sigh of relief. She needed some time to make herself ready. Not just physically, but emotionally, too—even though they'd talked about this almost a week ago. Maybe she'd had too much time to think about it. She did have a tendency to overanalyze things. She let her purse fall to the hardwood floor, gripped the lingerie bag, and headed down the hall.

Stripping off her clothes in the half dark bedroom felt like a ritual, somehow. The house was quiet. The soft glow of twilight filtered through the Japanese paper shades that covered the ceiling high bedroom windows. There was the faint scent of him in the air, that sense of intimacy in the room where they'd slept up until she'd moved into the guest room a few months ago. But they hadn't made love for too long before that. And on those rare occasions when they had, she felt as though she weren't entirely present in her own body, as if she were watching it from the outside. But tonight was supposed to help change that. The idea made her stomach clench up again.

She stepped into the slate tiled bathroom and blasted the hot water, wanting the sheer force and heat of it to wash her nerves away. This was her own husband, after all. She closed her eyes as she moved beneath the spray and let the water sluice over her, trying to steer her mind down a more positive path.

Cameron. He'd been so young when they'd first met, only twenty one. She was an old lady of twenty five at the time. But he was so mature for his age, so somber and responsible. And there was always something of the darkness about him that made him seem older than he was. Perhaps it was the tattoo that circled his right biceps, a sinuous circle in a dark tribal design. Maori, he'd told her. She loved it. She'd loved his tall, lean, yet muscular body. God, he had the greatest abs she'd ever seen on a human being. And she loved the way his straight, coal black hair fell into his eyes, even the dark framed glasses he wore for reading.

That's how Jillian had first seen him, in her English Lit class in college. He was bent over a book, and he glanced up as she passed a printed handout to him. And those smoky gray eyes peered up at her—eyes fringed in thick, sooty lashes any woman would envy. Those startling eyes and that serious expression on his angular features, yet his mouth was lush and sensual, a stark contrast.

He still wore those glasses. And even after all they'd been through, a small shiver of excitement would course through her whenever he put them on. If only he had come to bed early enough to read, while she was still awake, while she'd still been sleeping in their bed.

But no, she shouldn't think about that. Tonight was for new beginnings, not old pain.

She shut off the water, stepped out onto the cool tiles, and began to rub scented lotion into her skin. It was Cameron's favorite vanilla scent, the one he used to say made him want to run his tongue all over her body. Her sex gave a quick, involuntary squeeze, surprising her.

Drawing her pale green silk summer robe around her shoulders, she went to pull her purchases out of the bag. The bra was black and lacy, with demi cups that barely covered her breasts. The matching thong was a whisper of lace. It made her feel sexy, she had to admit, admiring her reflection in the big full length mirror in her walk in closet. Despite her breasts and thighs, which weren't as firm at the age of thirty three as they'd been when she and Cam had met eight years ago.

No, don't think about that now.

She pulled her long honey blond hair up with her hands, considering, then decided to leave it down. Cam liked it better that way.

When she drew the first black lace stocking over one leg, she began to get a real sense of ritual, of formal preparation. For some reason she didn't understand it sent a small thrill through her, raising gooseflesh on the back of her neck. And when she slid her feet into the impossibly high black pumps Cam had insisted she buy, the feeling was complete. She understood suddenly that she was doing this for him, but that it also fulfilled some need in her. To please in order to feel whole.

This was a new concept for her. She'd been inside her own head for so long, immersed in her grief, that she'd forgotten to look outside. To look at her husband.

When Cam had first suggested they try to find their way back to each other through sex, she'd balked. In fact, that was putting it lightly. She'd flat out refused, thought he was being selfish and ridiculous. But then he'd reminded her that sex was intimacy, and that bondage was the purest form of mutual trust. It took her a while to absorb that, but she eventually came to realize he had a valid point. And they needed to try something, anything, before the gap between them grew any wider. Tonight was to be a true test.

She drew the stockings up her legs, her hand brushing the honey colored curls at the apex of her thighs. Blood rushed to the area so fast, she had to cup her mound with her hand and press there. Strange! Why was she so hypersensitive, when she'd been completely shut down for almost a year?

The loud rumbling of her husband's prized Harley pulling into the driveway brought her head and her hand up fast. Cam!

She took one last, desperate look in the mirror, added a little lip gloss with a shaking hand. She was ready for him.

She thought she was. She shivered in fear and anticipation as his steps drew nearer. The door opened with a graceful swing, and there he was. Her husband. He looked so damn good standing there, she had to smile.

He smiled back. "Almost like the old Jillian. I love it when you smile like that. Like you mean it."

"I do." She dropped her head, suddenly shy.

He crossed the room, slid his hands around her waist, ran them up her sides, traced the curve of her breasts. "God, you're beautiful."

His words warmed her, but it was still hard for ...

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