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Ashley Dupre Writes New York Post’s First eBook

Ashley Dupré, the former call girl in the middle of Eliot Spitzer’s career-ending scandal, has written the New York Post‘s first eBook.

Our sibling blog FishbowlNY has all the details about the $5.99 eBook:

Tricks of The Trade is a collection of the Post’s “Ask Ashley” columns, which are penned by Dupré. The advice is billed as “An honest guide to sex, love, lust, and healthy relationships.” We assume the Post is joking about the “healthy relationships” part, but you never know. “Many of our readers have already embraced the Post’s digital products, and we believe this new venture into eBooks will prove very popular,” said Jesse Angelo, publisher of the Post, in a statement.

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New York Magazine’s Political Fictions Contest

political-fiction-sidebar.gifSick of political memoirs yet? Get revenge at New York magazine with the Political Fictions Contest.

Between now and Dec. 7, the magazine is accepting short stories, movie treatments, or mini one-act plays about real life political figures–Washington DC fan fiction. The contest will help promote the new issue’s short political fictions by writers like Mary Gaitskill and Paul Rudnick. The best stories will be featured on the website. Judges will pick three winners for prizes.

Here’s a list of the fabulous prizes: The first-place winner will receive a one-night stay at Washington, D.C.’s Mayflower Hotel, site of Client No. 9′s infamous dalliance with Ashley Dupre. Second place: dinner for two at Blue Hill, Barack and Michelle Obama‘s date-night destination in May. And third place: a copy of Going Rogue, by Sarah Palin–plus a one-month membership to Playgirl.com, of course.”