They have delighted in every kind of conceivable - and inconceivable - encounter, but for the staff of The Erotic Review the prospect of mingling with the people of Surrey has proved too much. Rowan Pelling, The Erotic Review's editor, and her two full-time staff resigned last week after their publication - known for its racy but literary view of sex - was told that its offices would be moving from Soho to Cobham in the Surrey commuter belt. The tranquil nature of the town, which is surrounded by golf courses and some of Britain's most expensive houses, was, apparently, far worse than the fact that the move would also have forced Ms Pelling to work alongside staff from Penthouse, the porn magazine that is also produced in Cobham. This, suggested Ms Pelling, would have been of some concern - but moving to Surrey was too awful to contemplate.
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It is, depending on your viewpoint, either filth for the middle classes or the nation's only genuinely intelligent journal of eroticism. It has been out of the limelight for a while, but now The Erotic Review is back, aiming to push back the boundaries of censorship. Now, Kate Copstick, the review's new owner, is promising that fine writing will once again underpin sex and sensuality: "The Erotic Review has to be about two things — great writing, which is witty, funny, intelligent, knowledgeable — and sex.
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